Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000 - Ratón (RF inalámbrico, BlueTrack, Alcalino, Negro, AA, Windows 7 Windows Vista Windows XP Mac: OS X v10.2-10.5)
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Descripción del producto
Cantidad de botones: 3
Color del producto: Negro
Espacio mínimo del disco duro: 100 MB
Interfaz del dispositivo: RF inalámbrico
Numero de baterías soportadas: 1
Requisitos mínimos del sistema: CD-ROM
Rueda de desplazamiento: Si
Sistema operativo MAC soportado: Si
Sistemas operativos compatibles: Windows 7\nWindows Vista\nWindows XP\nMac: OS X v10.2-10.5
Tecnología de batería: Alcalino
Tecnología de detección de movimientos: BlueTrack
Tipo de batería: AA
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Don't waste your time. Read the other reviews. This trackwheel issue has been a problem for a ton of customers.
Also, just called the Microsoft customer service line, and they require the unit to be mailed back to them before they will issue a replacement. So I guess you need to buy another mouse anyway. I'm just putting this one in the circular file and never buying another Microsoft hardware product again. I will post a picture of this.
Seriously, you have been warned.
The size is perfect for my hand... not too small and not too big.
The mouse has worked great for about 1-year, until the rubber sides started to pull away from the plastic mouse housing. Also, the rubber center scroll wheel is coming apart, making it hard to turn!
The mouse was great for a while, but under daily use the rubber components just come apart. Maybe Microsoft fixed this issue with their latest models. I'm planning to purchase another one today and give it another try.
Feb 2016 Update: I purchased another Microsoft Mouse 4000 and it arrived wrapped in plastic with no retail box. That was fine with me, as the mouse worked as expected. This is definitely a smooth and quiet mouse, especially the middle mouse button/scroll wheel. The scroll wheel is completely quiet, and all three button clicks are also very quiet. I noticed that the rubber surrounding the scroll wheel looks different than the previous models I've used, so hopefully this new mouse won't have the same problem with the rubber wheel falling apart over time as the last two Microsoft 400 mice I've purchased.
The so-called "wheel" is a fixed plastic disc, and the rubber part is a ring that glides over the plastic. With age (less than 12 months!) the rubber deteriorates, and becomes soft and stretchy. The rubber band stretched about 1/2 inch, but could stay neatly packed away inside the mouse for the most part until recently.
Fortunately, there is a 3 year warranty on Microsoft mice, and after going to their warranty claim webpage, filing a claim and providing a copy of my Amazon invoice, my claim was approved and I received a replacement mouse about a week later. I was asked to return the old mouse prior to receiving the new one, but after asking politely to return it afterwards, I received permission to wait until I received the new one.
The new mouse arrived today, and its performance out of the box reminded me why I liked this model so much when I first bought it. Very comfortable and smooth to use. Battery life was never an issue, and it survived a couple of 3 foot drops off the desk onto a concrete floor just fine; just a bad mouse wheel which I hope they addressed. The old mouse had a 2014 datestamp, the new one a 2016 datestamp.
Correction: The mouse wheel is not a fixed disc as stated above, but a rubber-ringed wheel that contacts a sensor in the mouse. The rubber wheel stretches with age, eventually becoming too stretched and disconnected from the wheel to actually work.
In Spring 2016, I contacted Microsoft support to arrange for a warranty replacemnt. They asked for a copy of my Amazon invoice and requested that I return the mouse to an address they supplied me with. Because it was my only working USB mouse, I requested an advance exchange, which they agreed to. Good thing because about 6 weeks after mailing back the defective mouse, it was returned to me by the USPS, "Addressee Unknown". Microsoft support acknowledged providing me with an old, incorrect return address.
The new mouse worked great until recently. After upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 10, the mouse responsiveness was sluggish at times. This appears to be a common problem with Windows 10, and I don't fault the mouse or the transceiver without further knowledge. But starting a few days ago, the mouse wheel is again starting to stick when scrolling downwards, especially after not having been used overnight. I'm certain the rubber is absorbing small amounts of sweat from my fingertip and slowly expanding as a result.
I expect the mouse to be again unusable for scrolling within a couple of months.
This appears to be an intrinsic flaw to this otherwise comfortable mouse, so I'm downgrading my review rating from 3 stars to 2 stars.
I intend to try a Logitech mouse model that most closely matches the design and feel of this mouse.
- Ergonomically very similar to the Explorer mouse
- Battery life about as long as the Explorer mouse, even if the mouse is never turned off -- 3-5 months for us
- Smooth wheel action
- Low-profile dongle
- Only 4 buttons (I can live without a "forward" button, but a "back" button is absolutely essential)