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Easy to set up.
Uses AAA-sized batteries.
All buttons are programmable.
Great looking mouse.
Uses the 2.4Ghz style of wireless and a nice small receiver.
Up to 6 months of battery life.
Smooth scrolling 4way scroll wheel.
Mouse wheel lacks indents.
Intended for right-hand use only.
Oddly placed thumb buttons.
Should include a pouch like that with the Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000.
By TechSpot on June 11, 2010
Microsoft Laser Mouse...-
By PC Authority on February 12, 2009
The mouse is much ignored but you’d be amazed how much of a difference a good one can make, and this offering from Microsoft is the Rolls-Royce of mice....83
By Practical PC on July 29, 2008
A notebooks trackpad will remain active while the Laser Mouse 7000 is in service, though even that can be switched off via IntelliPoint if you prefer, and all in all, the general and specific options you get from this device are quite astounding. We...90
By PCWorld New Zealand on July 01, 2008
Let’s be honest, if you’ve looked at the picture to the left, you’re probably thinking the same thing we did when we first saw the Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 7000: it’s fairly ugly.The black and shiny silver plastic combined...-
By HardwareLogic on June 27, 2008
All-in-all we were very pleased with Microsofts Wireless Laser Mouse 7000. The rechargable base is easy to hide and very convenient. It was nice to not have to fiddle with removing batteries from the mouse. In addition, it was nice to be given a...89
By TechCentral on June 12, 2008
Overall, the Wireless Laser Mouse 7000 is actually not a bad mouse to use - the mouse functions well and the shape is suitable for variety of right-handed people (if you don?t mind not being able to hook your little finger under the mouse). However,...-
By Computer Shopper on June 01, 2008
Sleek, configurable, and rechargeable, Microsofts Wireless Laser Mouse 7000 is a fine addition to any PC—as long as you can cope with a bit of button strangeness....72
By Pocket-lint on May 07, 2008
The Microsoft Laser 7000 is a good mouse that performs well, it’s just there are better and more feature-packed offerings on the market for the same...80
By Geek.com on April 23, 2008
A few weeks ago we posted a review of Microsoft’s new Wireless Laser Mouse 6000. It’s a mid-range wireless mouse with a pretty nice design, but not too much to set it apart from the competition. The most notable feature is that its small...-
By V3.co.uk on April 20, 2008
The Wireless Laser Mouse 7000 follows the elegant lines of its non-rechargeable counterpart, the 6000. That means thats its really only suitable for right-handed users, but for them its an excellent design. The curves mean that it sits comfortably...80