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Written by Nitin Kumar - Edited by Olin Coles   
Saturday, 17 November 2007
Table of Contents: Page Index
Microsoft 69R-00001 Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000
Closer Look: Notebook Mouse 5000
69R-00001 Detailed Features
Final Thoughts and Conclusion

Notebook Mouse 5000

Microsoft is a big name in the computer industry best known for designing computer software and peripherals. There has been fierce competition in the notebook peripheral market and Microsoft has been one of the main leaders in this category, and the demand for feature rich mice is always on the rise. Today at Benchmark Reviews we have the new Blue-tooth Notebook Mouse from Microsoft which come with an ergonomic design, battery life indicator, and 1000 dpi high definition laser technology. Join us as we take a look at the new Microsoft 69R-00001 Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000.

Microsoft Corp. gives Bluetooth enabled notebook users a convenient solution for navigating their computer, with the new Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000. This mouse delivers the experience that consumers have long desired: a mouse that just works, with no transceiver or extensive setup process needed. The Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 will keep users on task with its sleek design and smart features, including a battery life indicator right on the mouse. The Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 operates on the Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows XP and Macintosh operating systems.

Microsoft 69R-00001 Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000

Notebook mice are probably one of the most preferred accessories in the notebook peripheral category, and over the last few years these little mice have gotten more technologically advanced and user friendly. I personally prefer a notebook mouse not only because of the ease of use it provides, also because it helps one get things done at a faster pace than using the built in touch-pad utility.

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Notebook mice have emerged over time, compared to it's desktop counterparts they are still a little behind in technology, but they pack numerous features inside a small and sleek design. Microsoft has implemented High Definition laser technology and bluetooth connectivity in Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000, which is great to have specially in a notebook mouse. The Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 is designed specifically for Bluetooth notebooks and connects directly to the Bluetooth radio in the computer — no transceiver is needed. Along with an easy setup and comfortable ambidextrous design, it also includes a battery notification light that lets users know when the battery is low, four buttons to easily navigate the computer, and a carrying case to transport and protect the mouse while on the go.

About the company: Microsoft

Founded in 1975 by Paul Allen and Bill Gates, Microsoft Corporation is one of the largest and most influential companies in the personal computer industry. In addition to developing the de facto standard operating systems -- DOS and Windows-- Microsoft has a strong presence in almost every area of computer software, from programming tools to end-user applications. Overtime Microsoft has also shined in the category of computer accessories and peripherals.

Notebook Mouse 5000 Features

  1. New! Bluetooth wireless technology. Gives users a transceiver-free wireless connection to their Bluetooth-enabled computer with virtually no interference.
  2. Battery life indicator. Shows when the battery is running low .
  3. On/Off switch. Allows users to turn off the mouse to help conserve power.
  4. Microsoft High Definition Laser Technology. Features the exclusive Microsoft Intelligent Tracking System for smoother tracking, 1,000 dots per inch for more responsiveness and 6,000 frames per second for better precision.
  5. Comfortable, ambidextrous design. Provides comfort in tight on-the-road situations.
  6. Four buttons. Includes a Back button to easily navigate between folders and Web pages.
  7. Carrying case. Protects the mouse and allows for easy transport on the road.

System Requirements

To use the Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000, users need one of the following operating systems:

  1. Windows Vista or Windows XP with Service Pack 2
  2. Mac OS X v.10.2.6–10.4.x

Availability And Pricing

Microsoft’s Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 will be widely available in October 2007 for an estimated retail price of $49.95 (U.S.).* The Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 is now available for special pre-sale on Amazon.com and will ship in October when the product is widely released.

Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 is backed by a three-year limited hardware warranty from Microsoft in the United States and Canada.



 

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# Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000kainen 2010-08-09 23:54
The Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 is three and half inches long but it is not thin like Kensington Ci75m. This comfortable mouse is compact for easy portability and eliminates the drag found in wired mice, reducing strain and increasing productivity. Experience more accurate clicks with high-definition tracking.
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# Ing.AUGUSTO SANCHEZ 2011-01-09 16:01
Tengo un Mouse 5000, comprado en USA el año pasado (Julio).
Ahora no funciona el LASSER, que puedo hacer??.
Sus datos:
MANUFACTURED December 2009 P/N: X807028.001
PID 77722.523.1014546-10952.
Yo vivo en La Paz Bolivia.
Muchas gracias
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# RE: Microsoft 69R-00001 Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000Bruce 2013-05-22 01:27
This mouse is listed as compatible with Android ICS4.
This is not possible as this mouse does not accept passwotds and ICS4 requires password to connect.
Trust me if you want this mouse for mobile phone, forget it, purchased and tried.
Having said which I tried on PC RUNNING WINXPPro, with dubious results also.
All in all I do not recommend this item.
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