|Microsoft 69R-00001 Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Input Devices|
|Written by Nitin Kumar - Edited by Olin Coles|
|Saturday, 17 November 2007|
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Microsoft 69R-00001 Details
In this section we will take a look at the detailed features the mouse has to offer. It is very hard for mice manufacturers to differ in features and functionality, now we have the opportunity to see what Microsoft brings to the plate in terms of features and functionality and how it differs.
I have included the bottom shot of the mouse, here you can see that on the Microsoft 69R-00001 Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 it is not very hard to miss that this is a laser mouse, Microsoft has included a label just stating it's laser technology.
This is one feature I have come to love and really admire, the Power On/Off button is a great feature to preserve batter life, just simply switch the button to the off position whenever you stop using the mouse. Also on the right side is the bluetooth connection button.
The battery cover is just push and pull design. It is very easy to take off by just pushing it in and basically pulling it up towards yourself to place the batteries.
I have included a screenshot here with batteries in place. The batteries have to pushed all the way in order to place the cover back on. When I first put the batteries in I couldn't close the cover, it looked as if the batteries were all the way in but they weren't, so they have to be pushed in all the way and it is really easy to overlook that.
The bag is not as big as it seems in the picture, It is very neat and small and the mouse fits in the bag perfectly. The screenshot was taken with the mouse inside the bag.