Inside Mac Games Reviews the Wireless Laser Mouse 8000
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Inside Mac Games has posted a review for Microsoft's Wireless Laser Mouse 8000 Bluetooth-powered mouse. Here's a clip from the review:
With its sleek, multi-tone silver shell and ambidextrous shape, the Wireless Laser Mouse 8000 looks impressive. It’s also the most solidly built mouse to come out of Redmond; the staunchly unyielding plastic practically begs for a Mythbusters-esque trial of durability, but I couldn’t bring myself to put such a pretty (and expensive) piece of electronics to the test. Featuring Microsoft’s trademark tilting scroll wheel, breezing through documents is a trivial matter, and what’s better, you can do it all day without worrying about burning through batteries thanks to the included rechargeable battery and straightforward docking base. When the battery does run low, a multi-color LED built into the top of the shell glows bright red, letting you know that it’s time to park the mouse. Unfortunately, as Calvin (from Calvin & Hobbes fame) wisely said, “a good compromise leaves nobody happy,” which is more often than not the case with ambidextrous mice.To check out the review, follow the link below.
IMG Review of the Wireless Laser Mouse 8000
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