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Microsoft WirelessLaserMouse 6000 mouse RF Wireless Laser 1000 DPI

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The mouse is the second most important way of communicating with a computer. Please be careful to choose the right type of connection when buying a mouse, there are three different types:- USB is the most modern. You can recognize it by the rectangular connector.- PS/2 connectors are round. This type of connection is fairly commonly used in PCs.- Bluetooth is another modern (wireless) connection method.
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Long product name Microsoft WirelessLaserMouse 6000 mouse RF Wireless Laser 1000 DPI :
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Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 V.2, 5 btn, USB 2.0, 6000 fps, 1000 dpi, 27 MHz
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Microsoft WirelessLaserMouse 6000, Laser, RF Wireless, 1000 DPI, Silver

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Microsoft WirelessLaserMouse 6000. Movement detection technology: Laser, Device interface: RF Wireless, Movement resolution: 1000 DPI, Buttons quantity: 5. Product colour: Silver

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
2011-08-01 23:59:55
Testseek has collected 24 expert reviews for Microsoft WirelessLaserMouse 6000 mouse RF Wireless Laser 1000 DPI and the average expert rating is 83 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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2011-08-01 23:58:23
Let's face it, however ingenious touchpads may have become, offering multi-touch, dedicated scroll zones and various other niceties, there's little that beats the good old mouse for moving a cursor around a screen. One such peripheral for those who want t...
Bottom line Microsoft's BlueTrack techonology is well utilised in a portable mouse such as this, ensuring it will work on pretty much any surface. This is also a reasonably priced effort and though it lacks the excellent scrolls wheels found on Logitech's efforts, if...
2011-08-01 23:59:27
Just like all good Bond villains secret weapons, Microsofts new wireless mouse uses a laser rather than the normal LED to track movement. This gives smoother, more precise movement. Our cursor managed to sail smoothly across the screen with little...
2011-08-01 23:59:45
As ’s production desk turns into the latest battleground in the war between Apple and Microsoft, your reviewer’s cherished Mighty Mouse has been swiftly replaced by the Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 – and it’s not hard to see why. Spo...
Bottom line It costs a bit, but the Laser Mouse 6000, with its natty looks, intuitive design and innovative features, is worth every penny. Better have a Gold award, then. David Price Lowest online price: £N/A...
2011-08-01 23:59:52
If you can spare the cash this is a good mouse offering from Microsoft.
2011-11-07 22:23:43
It may have a cute name but the seemingly innocent computer mouse is often considered the least ergonomic part of your computer. It forces you to splay your arm out at an unnatural angle - and the wider your keyboard, the worse this gets; it requ...
2011-08-01 23:58:54
Pour ceux qui nauraient pas les moyens de se payer la Wireless Mouse 7000, Microsoft propose une version « light » de ce modèle, la Wireless Mouse 6000. Pour 14 euros de moins, vous ne disposez plus de support pour la recharger et sa finition est plus...
Good Capteur laser 1000 ppp, Ergonomie...
Bad Plus de chargeur de batterie...
Bottom line Pour ceux qui nauraient pas les moyens de se payer la Wireless Mouse 7000, Microsoft propose une version « light » de ce modèle, la Wireless Mouse 6000. Pour 14 euros de moins, vous ne disposez plus de support pour la recharger et sa finition est plus...
2011-08-01 23:59:19
La souris est alimentée par deux piles format AA. Pas bien : beaucoup préfèrent les batteries rechargeables, surtout quand un socle de recharge est fourni. Bien : cela confère à la souris une autonomie très appréciable...
Good Très confortable, même si moins que la Natural Wireless 6000, Deux boutons sous le pouce, Molette multidirectionnelle : vertical et latéral, Capteur laser (il accroche bien sur toutes les surfaces), Autonomie : Microsoft revendique plus de...
Bad Pas d'ajustement de la résolution à la volée, Très haute, Caractéristiques basiques : 2 piles, 125 Hz, 1000 dpi fixe, Finition moins luxueuse que la Natural, que la Logitech G5, etc.
Bottom line Elle n'est pas pour les furieux de la gâchette, plus pour les amateurs de confort qui ne veulent pas se ruiner ni perdre en précision avec la version Natural...
2011-08-01 23:59:31
Face à la célèbre MX1000 de Logitech, le géant Microsoft, également impliqué dans les périphériques de saisie, ne pouvait se contenter d’une réponse aussi partielle que ses anciens modèles haut de ga...
2011-08-01 23:58:26
Dass Microsoft nicht nur mit Gamer-Peripherie begeistern kann, sollte nicht erst seit den ergonomisch geformten Tastaturen und Mäusen bekannt sein. Mit seiner neuen Wireless Mobil Serie zeigt der Hersteller nun, dass in erstaunlich kompakte Mäuse selbs...
Bottom line Natürlich ist der Einsatzzweck dieser Maus nicht auf Spiele ausgelegt, umso mehr konnte uns die Performance überraschen. Zum großen Teil dürfte dies natürlich an der verwendeten BlueTrack Technologie liegen – welche wie auch...
2011-08-01 23:59:15
Med vægten på 172 gram er Microsofts ergonomiske lasermus tung. Formålet med den høje og runde form er at aflaste håndleddet og under­armen og gøre styringen mere behagelig, så man på sigt undgår museskader, og vi kan faktisk mærke en positiv forskel i...
2011-08-01 23:58:34
Microsoft has been launching new mice and wireless desktops lately and today I am going to look at one of the latest products that Microsoft has released called the Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000. The mouse uses the BlueTrack laser and has a tiny...
Good Tiny USB Transceiver, Good tracking, Wireless...
Bad Needs more sensitivity for large LCDs...
Bottom line The Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000 is the best wireless mobile mouse Microsoft offers. The tiny Nano transceiver makes connecting the mouse to a notebook a one time and forget it affair. The Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000 is a great mouse f...
2011-08-01 23:58:39
Several months after Logitech launched several mobile mice featuring nano transceivers, Microsoft is finally fighting back by introducing the Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000 with a nano transceiver, which are ideal for use with laptops and netbooks due to t...
Good Can leave transceiver in laptop/netbook USB port while traveling, Nano transceiver less prone to damage than standard transceiver, Ambidextrous design, Works on unconventional surfaces one might find while traveling...
Bad Small size makes it uncomfortable to use for extended periods of time, Easy to forget to turn off mouse...
Bottom line While the small size of Microsoft’s Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000 makes it less than desirable when used for long periods of time, the compact design makes it ideal for the road warrior who often times has very limited space and may have to use the mou...
2011-08-01 23:58:43
May 5, 2008 By Peter Jozefowicz After using a wired Logitech G5 gaming mouse for a while, and never trying a wireless mouse, let alone a Microsoft one, using these two mice for the first time changed my harsh opinion on wireless mice. The Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 v2.0 and Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 7000 share the same basic design, with the 6000 sporting a silver upper shell with black base, while the jet-black 7000 goes for a more chrome accent look. The main difference between the tw...
2011-08-01 23:58:48
6,000fps precision, 1,000dpi responsiveness; 30-foot wireless range; Magnifier and Flip 3D support I’ve been pushing the ergonomically gifted Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 around my desk for about a month now, and although Logitech’s MX Air is sti...
2011-08-01 23:58:58
For all the frustration Microsofts software has given me over the years, Im not one to exile Microsoft from my computing world due to my displeasure. Id only be shooting myself in the foot by banishing Microsoft products, particularly its peripheral...
2011-08-01 23:59:03
Most people automatically associate Microsoft with Windows and Office, but in addition to several software suites, the software giant carries an extensive lineup of peripherals. Today HardwareLogic takes the Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 for a spin.
2011-08-01 23:59:12
It was earlier this month, less then three weeks ago, that we first learned about Microsoft’s two new wireless laser mice. The Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 and the Wireless Laser mouse 7000 may seem like products already released by Microsoft, but...
2011-08-01 23:59:23
Your choice of mouse, keyboard, or other input device is a very personal thing. Some people love Apple mice. Others, myself included, hate Apple mice. I encourage you to take this review with however many grains of salt you like. I love my Microsoft...
2011-08-01 23:59:41
They just couldnt sit back and let the others scoop up all the glory. Microsoft has jumped straight into the laser mouse fray with the likes of Logitech and Razer. However, Microsoft is hardly new to the game and usually puts together decent input dev...
Good Smooth tracking and gliding, Nifty magnifying glass feature, Comfortable for desktop use...
Bad Not a good gaming mouse, Clickless middle scroll button, Weak range, No rechargeable batteries, Short on features...
Bottom line I cant say that I was greatly disappointed by Microsofts Wireless Laser Mouse 6000, but I wasnt greatly impressed by it either. Laser mice are the next level of input device technology and Microsoft hasnt kept up. While this mouse is a completely u...
2011-08-01 23:59:55
Microsoft introduces the optical mouse; Logitech is first to make one cordless. Microsoft pioneers a tilting scroll wheel for horizontal as well as vertical scrolling; Logitech sees that and raises with an ultra-precise, invisible laser instead of a re...
2014-03-14 02:07:38
Like a lot of people, if I have room for it while working on my laptop, I’d rather use a mouse than the trackpad. Most mobile mice seem to be created approximately equal, but recently Microsoft introduced something new to the field with their BlueTrac...
Good Tracks on almost any surface, Long battery life, 5 buttons and smooth scroll wheel with tilt, Tiny USB receiver...
Bad None, but I wish they had a Bluetooth mouse with BlueTrack...
Bottom line All in all, I like this mouse, and its tiny receiver is now installed semi-permanently in my HP Mini. It’s light and sensitive, and the smooth wheel and extra buttons are very nice. I admit that I don’t really need the ability for it to track...
2011-08-01 23:59:48
En stor orsak som gjort att jag inte hoppat över till konsoler då det gäller spelande är bristen på precisa kontroller som till exempel möss. Visserligen finns det möss till de flesta av dagens konsoler men av någon underlig anledning har jag allt...
2011-08-01 23:58:20
Før agurktiden slo til for fullt, lanserte Microsoft et par nye input-produkter. Vi så nylig på tastatur- og musesettet Wireless Desktop 3000. Samtidig som dette ble lansert, kom også musen Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000. Musen med det noe lange navnet, er...
Bottom line Kjapt oppsummert kan vi si at Microsoft har satt sammen en meget god mus for mobilt bruk. Den er liten og enkel i bruk. Ergonomien er god for dette bruket, knappene er behagelige og rekkevidden er lang. Skulle vi ha ønsket oss noen bagatellmessige fo...
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