HP X5000 A0X36AA *BR47* - Ratón
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W TOUCH SCROLL (SIMON) HP WL LASER MOUSE X5000 Please note: This product is coming from Germany. Make sure this is compatible for your country as coming from Germany. Spareparts=Refurbished, in brown box with 12 month warranty
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First the pros:
What's most important on a mouse is the feel. I've read reviews elsewhere that complain about the feel of this mouse, but I love it. It may be a hair small, but I'd rather have a mouse have a small footprint, than feel like I'm moving around a millennium falcon. It's ergonomically comfortable whether you're left or right handed. The touch scroll is also comfortable and just feels right.
Feels great and nice to just swipe something rather than roll something. It doesn't feel as precise as a wheel, but once you get used to it, you will love to quick flick on a long web page to get from top to bottom in no time.
NOTE: I highly recommend you go into the mouse settings and change the default mouse setting to scroll 1 line instead of the default 3. It's more precise and doesn't jump so radically when you scroll. Go to Control Panel / Mouse on the Wheel tab. Under Vertical Scrolling change the lines from 3 to 1.
Very long battery life.
Most mice I've owned have required battery changes several times a year, but this thing still shows a full battery and keeps chugging along. I will update this review after I've made the first battery change to say how long it lasted.
Even the earliest HP mouse I bought is still running strong after years of use. They have taken a lot of use and abuse and still work like new.
I can use a single dongle in one USB port and it controls the mouse(mice) and keyboard(s). It controls up to five devices which is great if you have limited USB ports. This is becoming standard, but I'll still give it a spot on the pro list.
It just looks good sitting on any desk. I have an HP Elite v2 keyboard and they look great together (and only use one dongle to control.
The cons include:
Only partially compatible in Windows 8.
This was the only con I have, but it is kind of a big one. The mouse suite software that comes with the mouse is not compatible with Windows 8. The software installs, but it doesn't recognize the mouse. You can still use the mouse and control the settings using the generic Mouse properties in the control panel, but some of the functions cannot be accessed. For instance, the Facebook button is useless. Every application I'm in seems to have a different effect when I press it. This is a big issue to me when a manufacturer abandons their products. So many big businesses focus so much on new money coming in the door and profitability at the micro level, they lose sight of their existing customer base. They feel there is no money to be made in supporting older products -- just build and sell everyone a new product. You can build the best product in the world, but if you refuse to support your products, then we will probably start looking at other manufacturers. Consumers want to buy new products because their old product has broken down, or they want something new. We don't like buying things because we've upgraded our O/S and the manufacturer doesn't want to update the drivers. That's just bad business.
I still recommend this mouse, manufacturer opinions aside. It is an excellent, comfortable, and durable mouse and I love that touch scroll. If you have a pre-Windows 8 O/S, it is magnificent. It's still pretty cool even in Windows 8 and overall, I'm not disappointed. Enjoy!
It is middle-size device with small USB receiver and space for it under the hood.
Symmetric design makes it comfortable to use with any hand.
Two AA slots and low power consumption will make you forget about changing batteries.
Flashing LED indicator will remind you to replace batteries before it dies.
Laser sensor provides incredible accuracy in video games.
Full size Teflon feet allow device glide smooth almost on all surfaces.
Touch scroll is very comfortable, but you have to get used to it.
As an option you can adjust scroll speed for more precise scroll.
The only questionable feature is a Facebook button because it can not be configured to do anything else.
Without HP software installed Facebook button works as "Navigate back" button.
Pros: Long battery life, smooth scrolling/movement. Fits comfortably in the hand
Cons: People accustomed to using a scroll wheel might find this a bit difficult to get used to in the beginning. But that shouldn't be a problem - I got used to it right away.
Cons: Touch scroll is useless as for me, not precise at all, very dissapointed when trying to scroll www pages or office documents. Radio usb receiver protrudes much from laptop, so I'm afraid it may get broken when in a bag. Quite heavy with 2 full-size AA accus (ok for home/office use, too heavy as portable mouse).