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Microsoft Explorer Mini Mouse
BlueTrack sensor allows mousing on almost any surface.
Comfortable and ergonomic design allows for hours of continuous use without discomfort.
BlueTrack technology allows this mouse to work fine on just about any surface.
Battery indicator warns you when battery is low.
Ergonomic, functional shape.
Rubberized sections for good grip.
Made for portability.
Smooth and expensive feeling scroll wheel with no clicking detents.
Great range (up to 30 ft.).
No support for lefties.
No "off" switch to save battery life.
Transceiver is longer than desired and can break easily.
It would be better if the transceiver was just as small as the one on the Microsoft Arc mouse.
Chrome and upper portions of the mouse are easily prone to scratches.
Tracks poorly on frosted glass desks and glossy surfaces.
By TweakNews on December 15, 2009
Recommending the Microsoft Explorer Mini Mouse is an absolute no-brainer. Although this isn't the cheapest mouse on the market, with its Blue track technology, amazing battery life, portability along with excellent build quality makes the product...-
By Practical PC on November 19, 2009
The Mini Mouse we found very easy to handle and manipulate. Like the 4000, the scrolling is smooth, the buttons are responsive, and altogether it's a satisfying feeling while you work to have so much functionality to...90
By Craving Tech on July 14, 2009
Microsoft Explorer Mini mouse is brilliant. Its design but most importantly, its portability, is a force to be reckoned with wherever you are, whatever you do. Microsoft Explorer Mini mouse is wireless and also works very well without a mouse pad...-
By LanOC Reviews on June 11, 2009
After having a very positive experience with the Sidewinder mice, I was excited to take a closer look at the Explorer Mini. If you couldn’t tell up until now, I found the Explorer Mini to be a great mouse. My only complaints were limited to the...-
By DigitalVersus on June 04, 2009
Like some of the other mouses in Microsofts collection, the Explorer Mini uses the compants proprietary Bluetrack technology.It works on more surfaces than both optical and laser mice, virtually anywhere including granite countertops and carpets....100
By CNET UK on April 30, 2009
Thanks to Microsoft's BlueTrack sensor technology, the Explorer Mini Mouse scrolls smoothly across almost any surface. With the exception of the left-handed, travellers will probably appreciate its portability, ease of use and innovative design...80
By cnet on April 21, 2009
The Explorer Mini mouse features Microsofts new BlueTrack sensor technology, which makes for smooth scrolling across almost any surface. Travelers listen up: unless youre left-handed, were sure youll appreciate its portability, ease of use, and...80
By GeekSmack on March 19, 2009
With it’s superb comfort, stylish design, and BlueTrack advanced tracking technology, the Microsoft Explorer Mini mouse has proven itself to be an excellent laptop mouse. I could use this mouse for hours at a time without cramping or...80
By Game Boyz on January 10, 2009
Explorer Mini Mouse (BlueTrack)ESRB: n/a Platform: PC Games Category: Mice & TrackballsAuthor: Kirby Y Not too long ago I had the chance to review Microsoft’s new Explorer Mouse with BlueTrack Technology. For those who didn’t read that...-
By techcrunch.com on December 15, 2008
I’ll keep this short, since the mouse is small. Not as small as this one, but small nonetheless. Check out what’s nice and what’s not about this little traveller. This mouse’s big brother, the Bluetrack Explorer mouse, was...-