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Microsoft Wireless Rechargeable Laser Mouse 7000 Mac/Windows

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Product Description

Product Description

WIRELESS LASER MOUSE 7000 MAC/WIN USB PORT HDWR US ONLY CD

From the Manufacturer

From the Manufacturer

Overview:

Ergonomic Comfort in a Wireless, Rechargeable Mouse
Step up to the Microsoft® Wireless Laser Mouse 7000. This advanced right-handed rechargeable mouse brings you 2.4 GHz wireless technology, High Definition Laser, and dynamic productivity features—wrapped in a striking design.

Features:

     
Rechargeable
Status indicator flashes when the mouse needs charging. Just drop it onto the horizontal charging station to activate charging.
  2.4 GHz Wireless Freedom
Confident wireless connection with up to 30-foot range, even in crowded wireless environments.
  High Definition Laser Technology
More responsive at 1000dpi, more precise at 6000 FPS and 85 MOPS, and smoother tracking.
 
           
     
Flip 3D Button
Displays dynamic 3D overlay of all open applications.
  Magnifier
Just point and press the Magnifier button to enlarge and edit details.
  4-Way Scrolling
Scroll side to side as well as up and down..
 

Additional Features:
  • Ergonomic Design - Point and click in comfort—ergonomic design helps you work longer without discomfort.
  • 5-Button Mouse - Get quick access to the media, programs, and files you use most often with customizable buttons.
   

System Requirements:
  • Windows Vista®/Windows XP/2000 (with SP4 or higher)
    • 100 MB
  • Mac OS X v10.2.x-10.5x
    • 30 MB
  • Powered USB port
  • CD drive
  • 1 rechargeable AAA NiMH battery (included)
   

Product Details

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  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0011FCV8W
  • Item model number: KXA-00001
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (362 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

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Customer Reviews

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80 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Nine Cats Corner on April 11, 2008
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I'm mostly happy with this mouse.

In hand, the mouse is comfortable. I have small hands and was concerned with the size of the mouse and it's shape. But it fits better to hand than the standard mouse shape. Also my wrist rests more comfortably than with other mice. This was the prime criteria and was met.

As a laser mouse, it seems to be more precise than optical mice. At the same time it's not overly selective of the surface it's gliding over. I like this.

The USB transceiver does stick out from my laptop. But as I use this mouse as my desktop mouse (i.e. at home mouse) and my laptop is docked, this isn't an issue. The transceiver is in a side USB port next to the docking plug. The docking plug sticks out further than the transceiver and I think a monitor plug would be about the same. The transceiver is smaller in size than many flash drives.

I was a little worried that it is rechargable. But that's now one of my favorite features. It recharges quickly and easily. The recharging base sits out of the way on my desk. When the mouse needs recharging, I just set it upon the base. There aren't any cords or wires or anything to connect to the mouse in order to recharge it. Just position it on the base and it recharges. As for how it holds a charge, I fully charged it when I received it on March 27th. And I'm doing a full charge today, April 11th. I use my computer more than 8 hours a day. So I'm happy with this.

The magnifier is a nice feature. I use it more often than I would have expected. But I'm unhappy with the button's position on the mouse as it's awkward to click without moving the mouse...which affects the magnification. That feature needs improvement.

The wheel scrolls easily and smoothly.
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61 of 69 people found the following review helpful By SuperC142 on May 24, 2008
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I purchased this mouse after many years of using a Microsoft "Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer 2.0" (from here on out, I'll call it the "WIE" for brevity). I loved that mouse and believe it was nearly perfect. I believe the shape/ergonomics WAS perfect. It was starting to show its age however, and needed replacing. The "Wireless Laser Mouse 7000" looked like a great replacement. It's Microsoft (I've always loved Microsoft hardware), it's rechargeable (awesome!), and it looks like it has great ergonomics, perhaps even better than the "WIE".

In a few respects, it IS better than the "WIE". The mouse is incredibly responsive and accurate. The left and right mouse buttons have a nice, firm click, but are easy to press. The thumb buttons on the left (which I rarely use) are not in the way like they are with the "WIE", resulting in less accidental clicks. The recharging feature is very much appreciated (and I appreciate even more that the battery is replaceable). The scroll wheel feels very smooth and the left/right tilt functionality of the scroll wheel is far less stiff. The tilt feature however, is also something I rarely use, but maybe I'll start now that it's actually usable.

It's not all roses and strawberries though. There are plenty of reasons I still prefer the "WIE". I have a large hand and this mouse is too small. At least, it *feels* too small... It's ironic, but the footprint of this mouse is actually larger than my beloved "WIE" (which feels perfect in my hand). I think this might be related to the low profile, especially on the right side. On the right, there are contours which are obviously intended to cradle your ring finger and pinky.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Doug & Stacey on February 8, 2009
There is a much easier fix that will only require you to open the battery compartment once and only once and not deal with rotating how its plugged into the wall outlet or any other hokey ideas of reversing polarity and spinning the battery Microsoft and whomever they have contracted to build the batteries had the same issue with the 7000 series as well and this is a fix Ive used on all the 7000 series Ive ran across.First take a piece of paper and cut a strip slightly under the length of the battery itselfThen wrap this strip around the battery 2 to 3 times and cut off the excess length and tape it into place to keep it from unrollingReplace battery into compartment and test - it now should be the appropriate thickness needed to depress the sensor switch within the compartment and verify to the mouse itself a battery is indeed installed, THAT is the reason for the flashing red light, Microsoft contracted with a company that built a series of batteries that are too thin and do not depress the switch and the wonderful QA department never caught it and obviously marketing figures it is more cost efficient to continue to sell these units with an improperly designed battery than re-build and replace all of them already shippedHope that helpsDoug
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Andreah on July 10, 2009
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The mouse fits my hand perfectly and I like that the wheel is smooth rather than the clicking. The buttons by the thumb are hard to reach, so I don't use them very often. The charger does not work. I put it on the dock and it goes green for the first few seconds and then starts blinking red. Which makes me mad because the reason I bought this mouse is so I wouldn't have to buy batteries. I tried rotating the charger on the wall and trying to make the dock as level as possible, but it still doesn't work. If you don't want to buy batteries for a wireless mouse, don't get this one.

FIXED BLINKING LIGHT PROBLEM: I tried the paper taped around the battery and it works! My mouse charges now, so no buying batteries and it lasts for a long time before a full charge is needed!
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