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Microsoft Mouse Wireless Laser Natural 6000 RF Wireless Laser Grey mice

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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:\
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- USB is the most modern. You can recognize it by the rectangular connector.\
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- PS/2 connectors are round. This type of connection is fairly commonly used in PCs.\
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- Bluetooth is another modern (wireless) connection method.
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Long product name Microsoft Mouse Wireless Laser Natural 6000 RF Wireless Laser Grey mice :
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Mouse Wireless Laser Natural 6000
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Short summary description Microsoft Mouse Wireless Laser Natural 6000 RF Wireless Laser Grey mice:
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Microsoft Mouse Wireless Laser Natural 6000, RF Wireless, Laser, Grey, Alkaline, AA, 233 MHz
Long summary description Microsoft Mouse Wireless Laser Natural 6000 RF Wireless Laser Grey mice :

Microsoft Mouse Wireless Laser Natural 6000. Device interface: RF Wireless, Movement detection technology: Laser. Color of product: Grey. Battery technology: Alkaline, Battery type: AA. Processor frequency: 233 MHz, Minimum hard disk space: 45 MB, Minimum RAM: 128 MB. Compatible operating systems: Windows XP,Pro,Home,2000

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Reviews
Updated:
2013-11-01
Testseek has collected 28 expert reviews for Microsoft Mouse Wireless Laser Natural 6000 and the average expert rating is 77 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.
77%
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hardware-pacers.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
This month Hardware Pacers has had the pleasure of reviewing some of Microsoft Hardwares newest releases, one of which is the Microsoft Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000. This mouse has a unique tall design with thumb scoop and conforms to the hand t...
Good Simple Install, Amazing comfort, Outstanding resolution, No Cords, User friendly...
Bad Somewhat tall (makes it less portable), Pricey...
Bottom line The Microsoft Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 is a fancy mouse that will not leave the users wrist in pain after use. It is quite possibly the most innovative mouse with regards to ergonomics on the market today. Outstanding laser technology gives...
95%
i4u.com
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2013-11-01
Microsoft has been a maker of computer peripherals for 25 years now. Today we are looking at one of its latest peripherals, the Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000. This mouse has some interesting features including one feature commonly only seen on sm...
Good Comfortable to use, Programmable buttons...
Bad Lack of scroll wheel click could be an issue...
Bottom line After spending some time with the Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 it is a good general use wireless mouse. Notebook users who want a wireless mouse with a stowable transceiver for easy transport, but don’t like the miniature style of typical notebook mice...
85%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-01
A brand new shape for the old stalwart...
80%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-01
Microsoft’s latest wireless laser mouse has a slightly smaller wireless transceiver than its predecessor but if you are used to the way that worked dont worry, the controls are the same. Its designed more with ergonomics in mind, with a nice shape t...
Good Nice looking, Fits hand comfortably well, Scroll wheel moves smoothly, Back and forth buttons...
Bad Heavy, Occasional lag...
Bottom line A bit too heavy for many users, but otherwise a good mouse...
80%
Howstuffworks.com
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2013-11-01
Microsofts Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 is one of the more innovative input devices weve wrapped our paw around. We truly do mean "wrap around," as this unique spheroid mouse feels more like a baseball than an input device.And thats not a bad t...
Good Ergonomic, comfortable, unique design, wireless...
Bad Fits right hand only, takes some getting used to...
Bottom line Microsofts Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 is one of the more innovative input devices weve wrapped our paw around. We truly do mean "wrap around," as this unique spheroid mouse feels more like a baseball than an input device.And thats not a bad...
80%
sharkyextreme.com
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2013-11-01
When it comes to mouse and keyboard hardware, the two industry powerhouses are definitely Logitech and Microsoft. This war goes back a long time, and has covered many different battlefields. The latest is in the area of laser mouse controllers, which...
Good Ergonomic Design, Well Priced, Nice Heft and Balance...
Bad Physical Learning Curve, Button Placement, No MiniUSB for Notebooks...
Bottom line Our overall opinion of the Microsoft Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 is certainly positive, but with some definite caveats. The mouse itself is a very nice piece of hardware, with the style and functionality necessary for a mainstream mouse controll...
80%
hardwarecentral.com
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2013-11-01
Tired of the wrist risk -- the chance of carpal tunnel syndrome or other injury -- of conventional mice? Microsofts comfortable cordless pointer joins the companys popular Natural line of keyboards with a uniquely cupped and tilted hand grip; youll...
80%
thelobeandmail.com
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2013-11-01
Love it or hate it, it should give your wrist a rest I first saw Microsofts Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 at the companys headquarters in Redmond, WA when they invited media to attend a showcase of their new line of computer peripherals. The Nat...
80%
OCModShop
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2013-11-01
Microsoft has been making quality mice for about as long as there have been personal computers (well, actually it was back in the time when 386s were brand new, and Windows 3.0 had just shipped, but I digress). Back then the simple and humble mouse sp...
Bottom line There is alot to like about the new Microsoft Natural Wireless Laser 6000 Mouse, but there are also some things that arent so great. The mouse design has been completely redone with ergonomics in mind, but its not something that will feel comfortabl...
80%
extremetech.com
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2013-11-01
Gaming aside, Microsoft is expanding its repertoire with the verbosely named Microsoft Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 ($80 list). This device introduces an interesting albeit unconventional ergonomic shape and includes features intended to enhance p...
Good Shape and hand orientation more ergonomic; many software features; side-to-side scrolling; firm, grippable thumb area.
Bad Pricey; requires AA batteries; side buttons a bit far from thumb; no clicky scroll wheel; slight wrist bend; lefties need not apply.
Bottom line The main draw to the 6000 is its unconventional yet comfortable shape, as well as a few interesting features. Like many specialized mice these days, the 6000 is pricey; just be sure that youll appreciate its features to justify the cost...
70%
pcmag.com
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2013-11-01
Once upon a time, a Microsoft mouse was just a mouse—about as basic as a bar of soap with two buttons. Although these mice were common in the home, work, and your local library, they werent too popular with enthusiasts and gamers. This changed after...
Good Shape and hand orientation more ergonomic; many software features; side-to-side scrolling; firm, grippable thumb area.
Bad Pricey; requires AA batteries; side buttons a bit far from thumb; no clicky scroll wheel; slight wrist bend; lefties need not apply.
Bottom line The main draw to the 6000 is its unconventional yet comfortable shape, as well as a few interesting features. Like many specialized mice these days, the 6000 is pricey; just be sure that youll appreciate its features to justify the cost...
70%
techcrunch.com
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2013-11-01
Short Version: As ergonomic mice go, Microsoft’s wireless offering provides plenty of relief from repetitive stress injuries without deviating too far from the familiar form factor found in standard mice. And with an MSRP of $80 (and available for eve...
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tomshardware.com
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2013-11-01
The company reacts to regain some of its lead in the race through the rodent technology maze.
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everythingusb.com
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2013-11-01
It's about time that Microsoft released a mouse to accompany their keyboards in their Natural line of ergonomic hardware. Sporting a high-precision laser tracking engine, the latest IntelliPoint 6.0 drivers for Windows and the incredibly high and angle...
Good Extremely comfortable, Mimics Apple's Exposé, Precise tracking, Glides well, OS X compatible...
Bad Non-ratcheting scroll wheel, No power button or docking station, Requires good posture constantly, Heavy, Right-handed users only...
Bottom line If you're in front of a computer constantly and concerned about RSI, the Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 is the mouse for you. Unless you're left-handed, a sloucher, or a gamer that is. Pros & ConsExtremely comfortable Mimics Apple's Exposé Precise t...
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Computerpoweruser.com
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2013-11-01
The Microsoft Natural Wireless Mouse 6000 is a five-button laser mouse with all of the traditional features you would expect, plus some handy extras. The mouse uses Microsoft’s proprietary high-definition laser technology for extra-smooth tracking a...
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gearlive.com
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2013-11-01
Sweet Mother of Pearl...what is it with companies and these ridiculously long product names. Let me tell you, there’s a reason why “Flickr” is popular, and it’s probably because it’s easy to say. Now that I’ve gotten th...
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the-gadgeteer.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
The Microsoft Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 (hereafter referred to as “Natural Mouse”) would make any elephant nervous!! Like any good computer professional, over the years I have gone through a boatload of mouse products, from touchpads to trackb...
Good Amazing list of useful features, It's just so darn comfortable, Excellent battery life.
Bad Takes several days to get used to it, Left-handed people will be disappointed, Programmable side buttons usable only by thumb.
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