Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 Studio

  • Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 Studio
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Pros:

  • Compact, Runs on 1 AA battery for up to 8 months, USB transceiver stores in mouse
  • Lovely design. Rubber sides. Customizable software. Plug-and-play ability. USB storage.
  • Easy to install, inexpensive, no mouse pad required, multisurface usage, fun and color and design choices, ambidextrous design, precise movements, long battery life.

Cons:

  • Requires a USB slot, Rubber sides attract lint and dust
  • No browser buttons or tilt scroll function. Not a lot of extra features.

Expert reviews and ratings

By The Gadgeteer on

Two years ago, Bill Kuch reviewed Microsoft’s Wireless Mobile 3500 mouse. Microsoft is still selling this popular mouse and has just added a new line of limited edition artist series versions. Nothing has changed with the hardware, but if you want...

By MyMac on 70

is a stylish mouse that is a comfortable fit for most hands and perfect for the mobile user. The mouse features Microsoft’s BlueTrack technology and USB transceiver for wireless connectivity. The mouse has a transceiver that can remain plugged...

By PC Mag on 70

The Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 adds more than an artist's touch to its design, between customizable software and its sweet sub-$30 price this mouse should be on your mobile radar. Buy it...

By Chip Chick on

The Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 Studio Series is a compact and stylish mouse with many hidden talents and features waiting to be discovered. The 3500’s main feature is BlueTrack Technology that couples optical with the precision of laser...