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Transceiver also serves at 1GB USB drive.
Mouse is rechargeable.
7 programmable buttons.
Brushed aluminum finish.
Magnifier feature comes in handy.
Magnetic cables are cool.
Works with Windows, Macs.
Option to go without a transceiver is great.
Good wireless range.
Work and charge at the same time.
Lacks BlueTrack tracking technology found in newer MS mice.
Small size takes getting used to and may be uncomfortable for some.
Must carry an additional cable to charge the unit that could get lost.
Transceiver is pretty bulky, and sticks out like a soar thumb on a laptop.
Flash memory is unbelievably slow.
IntelliPoint software is missing a few key features.
The placement of the thumb buttons is too high.
Flash drive does not work with Vista ReadyBoost.
For right-handed users only.
Awkward to hold.
By GeekSmack on September 09, 2009
All in all, this is a pretty good and stylish mouse that, among many others, is worth a look if you’re out on the market for a new laptop mouse. Although it lacks BlueTrack, a newer technology found in more current Microsoft mice, it still proves...80
By Hardware-Pacers on April 20, 2008
The Mobile Memory Mouse 8000 is a brilliant looking mouse that is sure to draw some attention and its LED will alert the user when it is time to attach it to its transceiver to be charged. Even its smaller mobile design gives a great level of...95
By Digital Trends on February 06, 2008
The Mobile Memory Mouse is a very good as a mouse in that it’s comfortable, portable, and just works without any hassles. We also like the magnetic charging cables, as they are very easy to use. However, it’s very expensive given its...75
By TechRadar on February 04, 2008
Back in 1963, Douglas Engelbart created the first mouse – and then not much happened for 44 years. But with the Mobile Memory Mouse 8000, Microsoft has finally got us excited at the idea of a new mouse.It doesn’t look particularly exciting,...100
By Good Gear Guide on December 17, 2007
This mouse offers versatility, mobility and good accuracy for notebook users. While its small, its still fairly comfortable, but its scroll-wheel button could use a little more...80
By V3.co.uk on December 08, 2007
This mouses USB receiver also functions as a 1GB memory key. Its also supplied with a cleverly detachable cable so it can be recharged while in use as a wired mouse. The mouse certainly looks the part with sweeping lines and aluminium buttons, but...60
By Hardware in Review on November 30, 2007
Overall, I liked the Microsoft Mobile Memory Mouse 8000, and would definitely add it to my laptop bag. Its a little pricey as a standalone mouse, but if you add in the fact that it also doubles as 1GB of portable storage, the cost is a bit more...-
By Sydney Morning Herald on November 19, 2007
Just when you thought that the mouse couldnt really evolve much further, along comes the Mobile Memory Mouse 8000. In fact, we had believed the mouse had some way to go before becoming the perfect pointing machine, especially the notebook type. We...90
By Everything USB on November 06, 2007
While Microsoft's Mobile Memory Mouse 8000 has some odd flaws, it's a fundamentally well-designed mouse that would make an excellent addition to your road warrior arsenal....-
By Computer Shopper on October 01, 2007
This portable mouse has loads of extras—but also a high price and an unusual shape you’ll either love or...72