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Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 for Business

Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 for Business

Product overview

Discontinued

Delivery

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Microsoft's most portable wireless notebook mouse connects directly to a Bluetooth PC without a transceiver, freeing up USB ports for other devices.

Specifications

Summary

Product Description
Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 for Business - mouse - Bluetooth
Device Type
Mouse
Connectivity Technology
Wireless - Bluetooth
Orientation
Right and left-handed
Movement Detection Technology
Laser
Buttons Qty
4
Movement Resolution
1000 dpi
Features
Scrolling wheel, rubber side grips, High Definition Laser Technology, battery indicator, on/off power switch
OS Required
Apple MacOS X 10.2 or later, Microsoft Windows XP SP2, Microsoft Windows 7, Microsoft Windows Vista
Manufacturer Warranty
3 years warranty

Detail

General

Device Type
Mouse
Orientation
Right and left-handed

Input Device

Connectivity Technology
Wireless
Interface
Bluetooth
Max Operating Distance
Up to 10 m
Movement Detection Technology
Laser
Buttons Qty
4
Movement Resolution
1000 dpi
Features
Scrolling wheel, rubber side grips, High Definition Laser Technology, battery indicator, on/off power switch

Software / System Requirements

OS Required
Apple MacOS X 10.2 or later, Microsoft Windows XP SP2, Microsoft Windows 7, Microsoft Windows Vista

Manufacturer Warranty

Service & Support
3 years warranty
Service & Support Details
Limited warranty - 3 years

Customer reviews

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3* Good mouse but no intellipoint software!
Reviewed by Matthew L. on 26/11/2012
If you are willing to accept the default button designations,this is a great product. Responsive, precise and can be used on almost any service. Being Bluetooth it can also be paired with any laptop with a built-in bluetooth transceiver, so no need to have a wireless dongle taking up a USB port.

The big "gotcha" is that other than swapping the left and right buttons using the Windows generic mouse settings in Control Panel, there is no way to designate button functions. This leaves you stuck with the default settings for the wheel button and "back" button.

The wheel button is pretty sensitive, and because it is designated to the "auto-scroll" function you can easily find yourself randomly whizzing around a document when you click it by accident.

This is not stated anywhere on the box and I can confirm that it does not work with Microsoft's Intellipoint software. I would have bought a standard wirless mouse and put up with the loss of a USB port if I had known.
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