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Microsoft Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 7000 Mac/Win USB

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.6 x 3.9 x 9.1 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B000RPVGJ2
  • Item model number: BNA-00001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (142 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 12, 2007

Product Description

Product Description

The Microsoft Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 7000 features 2.4 GHz wireless for a confident connection even in crowded wireless environments like airports and meeting rooms. With a 30-foot range for freedom, this mouse also features four-way scrolling, letting you easily move side to side and up and down in worksheets and longer documents. The snap-in receiver easily stows on the mouse when not in use, turning off the mouse to give you up to six months of battery life with the Microsoft Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 7000.

From the Manufacturer

Step up to Superior Performance
Step up from older 27 MHz wireless technology to Microsoft 2.4 GHz wireless and experience a confident connection, even in crowded wireless environments such as airports or meeting rooms--plus a 30-foot range for more freedom.
  • 2.4 GHz wireless offers a confident wireless connection, even in crowded wireless environments.
  • Four-way scrolling allows you to efficiently scroll side to side as well as up and down in worksheets.
  • Just point and press the magnifier button to enlarge and edit details.*

Snap-In Receiver
Use the snap-in receiver to turn off the mouse and save battery life. Many users average more than six months of battery life.

Microsoft High Definition Laser Technology
Two generations ahead of standard optical and laser mouse products.**

  • More responsive: 1000 dpi
  • More precise: 6000 FPS, 85 MOPS, 0.18 microns or smaller
  • Smoother tracking: Microsoft Intelligent Tracking System
*If you are using Macintosh OS X, the magnifier feature enlarges text and images on the entire screen.
**Standard optical technology = mouse products with 0.35 microns or older CMOS technology

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The Laser mouse is very precise and works fine.
David C
It is very comfortable and efficient to use, with very good battery life (one AA battery lasts for month from daily use - 8+ hours a day).
joi
When I move the cursor around my screen, it often jumps backwards or doesn't move.
C. Cozby

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

121 of 126 people found the following review helpful By ilovetofu on December 19, 2007
This is my third MS wireless notebook mouse (see my uploaded product images). I also have the optical 3000 (original version with the 2 piece adjustable USB receiver that rotates - a design flaw in my opinion, as I will explain), and the laser 6000. I will briefly go over the differences between the three models.

Disclaimer: I am not a gamer; I use my laptop primarily for web browsing and office apps. I also have not installed the Microsoft drivers as I didn't want to interfere with the trackpad & trackpoint functionality on my laptop, so I cannot comment on the software or extra features that are available with the 4-way scroll wheel and additional buttons (on the 6000 and 7000).

The 3000 was a great wireless notebook mouse for its time, with long battery life, good ergonomics (for a portable mouse), and decent accuracy. After two years of use, it still works fine except the left and right buttons sometimes fail to register on light clicks, and require repeated forceful clicks to be acknowledged. The only other problem I have is with the 2 piece "J" shaped USB receiver design. While it seems like a good idea to be able to rotate the receiver for optimal reception, the design makes the receiver just flexible enough that it doesn't always stay put when snapped into the bottom of the mouse. It often becomes loose enough so that it stops engaging the "off" switch at the bottom of the mouse, causing the mouse to turn on and waste precious battery life. (Note: Microsoft later came out with a design revision that changed the USB receiver to a single fixed piece like in the 6000.)

Due to the problem with the USB receiver on the 3000, I relegated it to home use only and purchased the 6000 over a year ago to carry around with me.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Grrgoyl on August 17, 2008
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I recently discovered the joys of watching TV episodes online, even better when I got my computer hooked to the big TV. But what a pain to stretch to reach for the wired mouse.

I first went with the Logitech V200 after finding what seemed like a good deal on an open box buy. Since it wasn't new I can't speak with authority about the source of the problem, but despite all reassuring messages that the mouse was recognized and installed properly, I couldn't make the cursor budge a pixel.

After wasting two frustrating days, I turned to Microsoft, since I've loved my optical MS mouse since day one. The first pleasant surprise was the packaging, which seemed impenetrable but actually had a thoughtful cutout built into the edge so you don't need a blowtorch to get to your purchase. Secondly, it was 100% recyclable. Kudos to MS.

It seemed to have the same setup as the Logitech, plug the dongle into a USB port and go. The difference is, the MS actually went. Instantly recognized and functioning, plug-and-play like it's supposed to be. The third pleasant surprise, no need to specify which mouse you're using - the wireless and wired switch back and forth automatically.

Fourth and last, believe the 30-foot range, a crucial feature since in the winter my computer goes back upstairs into the loft. Still works perfectly, and doesn't even require a clear line of sight.

I can't address the battery life since I've only had it a few weeks. The mouse is turned off by returning the dongle to the cradle underneath, but I'd rather change batteries more often than constantly plug and unplug from the computer and risk damaging the dongle.

This mouse does exactly what it's supposed to, and has taught me a lesson in wasting time with another brand of mouse.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By ose on September 9, 2008
This is overall a fine mouse. Wireless works smoothly on Windows XP and the mouse works great even on my black desk where my previous optical mouse would sometimes have problems tracking mouse movements.

The device has two problems, however:

The mouse wheel works great as a wheel. However, when clicking the wheel (e.g. over a link in Firefox to open link in a new tab), the wheel frequently registers not just the click but also a scrolling motion, so that in effect you miss the link. That is because the wheel does not offer any resistance.

Given that this is specifically labeled a notebook mouse, Microsoft should have added notebook specific features to the software. The mouse is extremely fast, so you have to reduce pointer speed for this mouse in the XP control panel. Now, when you use your laptop on the go and want to use the laptop's touchpad, all of a sudden the pointer moves incredibly slow. Would be nice if the software allowed for different pointer options depending on whether the wireless mouse is active or not.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By John on October 21, 2008
Everything about this product is great. It's comfortable, convienent, and best of all, it works. I've tried the wireless mouse thing before, and hated it. Turns out, after researching these things for a bit, I had a garbage mouse. Then I found this one, which for the price, is ridiculous. I couldn't find the Microsoft 3000 in a store for the price I paid for this one on Amazon. I love the fact that the USB antenna stores perfectly underneath the mouse, and I have been impressed with the battery life. I'm using it constantly, and I think I've only changed the battery once in the 3 months I've had it. I also like the conienence of the smart buttons. I even used the magnifier the other day. I thought it was a wasted feature, but it was actually helpful. If you are like me and are tired of mice that doen't work, or last. Buy this one, I don't think you will be disappointed.
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