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Microsoft Explorer Mouse RF Wireless BlueTrack mice

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Explorer Mouse
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5AA-00001
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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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Included since: 20 May 2009
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Warranty: 3 years
Long product name Microsoft Explorer Mouse RF Wireless BlueTrack mice :
The short editorial description of Microsoft Explorer Mouse RF Wireless BlueTrack mice

Explorer Mouse
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Short summary description Microsoft Explorer Mouse RF Wireless BlueTrack mice:
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Microsoft Explorer Mouse, BlueTrack, RF Wireless

Long summary description Microsoft Explorer Mouse RF Wireless BlueTrack mice:
This is an auto-generated long summary of Microsoft Explorer Mouse RF Wireless BlueTrack mice based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.

Microsoft Explorer Mouse. Movement detection technology: BlueTrack, Device interface: RF Wireless, Buttons quantity: 3

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2011-08-02
Testseek has collected 46 expert reviews for Microsoft Explorer Mouse and the average expert rating is 82 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.
82%
Source Review comments Score
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2011-08-02
Microsoft has launched a new technology called BlueTrack. It claims to work on virtually any surface, including granite ,carpet and rough-grain wood. The idea behind this is that many people dont use their computer at a desk any more. Instead, they...
Good Charging Station, Works on virtually any surface, Two thumb buttons, Bulky, but welldesigned and comfortable...
Bad No customisation for gamers, Logitechs USB Dongle is smaller, Scroll wheel on Logitech mice is easier to use...
100%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
The scroll wheel could do with standing a little more proud of the device in order to make moving left and right across documents easier and the USB dongle doesn't lie flush when clipped into the underside of the mouse for storage – and that's the only way of turning the mouse off – but, ultimately, these are peripheral grumblings. Microsoft also supplies a mains...
95%
webuser.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
Microsofts latest mouse is a wireless, rechargeable device that sits comfortably under your palm. As well as left, right and central wheel buttons, it has a couple of thumb buttons – one to send your browser back, the other to open a magnifier, thoug...
92%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
In technological terms, the evolution of the humble mouse has been an incredibly slow one: it's taken over 30 years for the ball mouse to be replaced by now-prevalent laser technology. Microsoft, though, has tried to speed up the evolutionary process w...
Bottom line A pleasingly comfortable mouse to use, but the BlueTrak technology comes at a premium most won't need to pay...
83%
stuff.co.nz
Updated:
2011-11-08
The Microsoft Explorer mouse ($149) has a very slick modern looking design and is comfortable to hold for long periods of time. The mouse has a black rubber non-slip grip that follows the shape of your hand and five buttons and a scroll wheel - all of...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-08
Good BlueTrack technology is more precise, nice design, easy button configuration, Mac OS X support...
Bad Not ambidextrous, no DPI stepping, large grip...
Bottom line This mouse combines precise tracking technology with a decent design. For the average user the mouse certainly isn’t revolutionary, but it’s a reasonable cost for a decent improvement in precision...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
The best a mouse can get? A superb mouse, if you dont mind shelling out for it. Once upon a time, mice had balls. Then they got LEDs instead, producing the familiar red optical mouse glow. More recently, some mice have replaced the LEDs with lasers...
80%
macworld.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
They might seem old fashioned, but trackball mice have one thing going for them: so long as there is a solid surface, you can always use a trackball mouse and it will work. However, when you need high precision tracking and speed, optical and laser mic...
Good Solid feel; good tracking reliability; efficient battery recharging.
Bad Finicky scrolling; awkward left-hand use. Min specs: Mac OS X 10.2 (Jaguar), 10.3 (Panther), 10.4 (Tiger), 10.5 (Leopard)...
80%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
Product Code: 5AA-00004 Microsoft may be the worlds biggest software company, but it has fingers in the hardware peripherals pie too. The company enjoys a profitable sideline making keyboards and mice, and the Microsoft Explorer Mouse seems likely t...
Bottom line Comfortable to use, reasonably good-looking and proficient in the wireless department, the Microsoft Explorer Mouse is a thoroughly decent piece of kit. David Price Lowest online price: ££42.50 Buy it now: click here...
80%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2011-08-02
Good Really does work anywhere...
Bad Aside from the BlueTrack tech it is nothing special...
Bottom line As a mouse the Microsoft Explorer is your average mouse. Its comfortable, easy to use, but nothing out of the ordinary...
70%
computeractive.co.uk
Updated:
2011-08-02
Most of us will have had problems with our mice before, such as poor tracking, where mouse movements the user makes are not reflected by the pointer on the screen.Modern 'optical' mice use a beam of light or an invisible laser to track movement. With m...
Bottom line If you have a mouse problem, the Explorer will banish the blues...
60%
pcworld.co.nz
Updated:
2011-11-08
Mouse technology has been relatively stagnant over the last few years – there’s been the occasional upgrade in laser or infrared, but new features normally consisted of higher DPIs or a million customisable buttons. The techs at Microsoft, however, we...
0%
gadgetrepublic.com
Updated:
2011-08-02
Computer mice have come a long way in the past decade. They have, for the most part, lost their tail but now they can move on virtually any surface. (Remember when the x and y coordinates were moved about on screen by a metal ball encased in rubber - h...
0%
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