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Microsoft Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 £24.12 (with free del through AVForum)
Microsoft Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 £24.12 (with free del through AVForum)

Microsoft Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 £24.12 (with free del through AVForum)

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This mouse is designed to conform to your hand in its most relaxed position. Breakthrough ergonomic design, the tilted, elevated hand position is designed to reduce pressure on the carpal tunnel and wrist.

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For those of us that are not members of AV Forum, Amazon sells it for £29.95 delivered.

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microsoft copy of the logitech mx1000!

Being Left handed sucks!

i did consider this but sometimes i use my mouse left-handed:oops:

Computerman;6106380

microsoft copy of the logitech mx1000!


MX1000 is rechargeable and much prettier. I have to know, I have had mine for almost 3 years.

SUMMONER;6106668

MX1000 is rechargeable and much prettier. I have to know, I have had mine … MX1000 is rechargeable and much prettier. I have to know, I have had mine for almost 3 years.



ive had mine for about 3-4 yrs. its just sitting there now, battery dies out too quickly after so much years of charging.

Computerman;6107034

ive had mine for about 3-4 yrs. its just sitting there now, battery dies … ive had mine for about 3-4 yrs. its just sitting there now, battery dies out too quickly after so much years of charging.


Tell me about it, I need to call Logitech and see if I can fool them into sending me a replacement.

SUMMONER;6107196

Tell me about it, I need to call Logitech and see if I can fool them into … Tell me about it, I need to call Logitech and see if I can fool them into sending me a replacement.



im just using a wireless logitech and mouse, i got years ago forgot the model and the wired logitech g9.

I have two of these - great if you get RSI in your wrist, mine went away immediately on using these.

Usually much more expensive - hot.

Computerman;6107034

ive had mine for about 3-4 yrs. its just sitting there now, battery dies … ive had mine for about 3-4 yrs. its just sitting there now, battery dies out too quickly after so much years of charging.



My MX700 was rendered unusable within 2 years and I have been unable to find suitable replacement batteries. Tried matching the spec exactly but the cradle won't charge them. Also tried some much higher capacity AA's using an external charger but the mouse does not operate.

I bought a different model, the 8000 and was dissapointed at how stiff the mouse wheel was to roll but also to click, wonder if these are the same?

MBeeching;6112485

My MX700 was rendered unusable within 2 years and I have been unable to … My MX700 was rendered unusable within 2 years and I have been unable to find suitable replacement batteries. Tried matching the spec exactly but the cradle won't charge them. Also tried some much higher capacity AA's using an external charger but the mouse does not operate.



Is this the issue with the green charging light for about 5 seconds, then rapid red?
Despite there being no obvious dirt, I cleaned the contacts in the cradle and on & in the mouse with some meths and then the batteries magically started charging after that. I'm fairly certain that I just used generic NiMHs from maplin, but can check when I get home if needed.

UEF;6112583

I bought a different model, the 8000 and was dissapointed at how stiff … I bought a different model, the 8000 and was dissapointed at how stiff the mouse wheel was to roll but also to click, wonder if these are the same?



They have a soft roll - ie. it's easy to roll - but the click is quite hard. That's not a bad thing in my book as I don't use it much.

Zzzzeb;6112757

Is this the issue with the green charging light for about 5 seconds, then … Is this the issue with the green charging light for about 5 seconds, then rapid red?Despite there being no obvious dirt, I cleaned the contacts in the cradle and on & in the mouse with some meths and then the batteries magically started charging after that. I'm fairly certain that I just used generic NiMHs from maplin, but can check when I get home if needed.



It's so long ago I can't remember :-D It's in the cupboard next to my desk though so will have a look. Would be interested to know what mAh batteries you used, I have tried cleaning the contacts before.

MBeeching;6114457

Would be interested to know what mAh batteries you used, I have tried … Would be interested to know what mAh batteries you used, I have tried cleaning the contacts before.



Turns out they were actually decent ones! Energiser Rechargable NiMH 2450 mAh. The MX700 is a great mouse, well worth getting it working if you can. Good luck!

Original Poster

What have you all done to my thread.. its not a post about the MX700 :-D

Great mouse! I use it at work and it's very comfortable

Shock;6118333

What have you all done to my thread.. its not a post about the MX700 :-D



lol-I read your comment the same time I was thinking it (hope that makes sense) - I had to scroll to the top of the page to check the model of the mouse again

I had one of these in a previous job of mine, was really comfortable, the wrist is in the natural position, not twisted, took a little while to get used to but was easy to use.

i always buy logitech becuase no matter how long u have it u just apply online with the serical code they send a new one out no hassle and thats value for money for me, if this doesnt have a charge station i wouldnt touch it anyways...

mine has finaly arived today and well, its a bit on the large side. its bigger than holding a tennis ball and is a little on the laggy side too, certainly not recomended for gaming but probably ok for large handed people to browse with
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