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Microsoft Comfort Mouse 4500
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- Wired USB plug and play: no software needed, just connect the keyboard to your PC and go
- Ambidextrous comfort and durability: enjoy rubber side grips and a contoured shape suitable for either hand. Dust-resistant design enables you to track confidently
- Five customisable buttons: assign any button to fit your needs and gain quick access to the media, programs and files you use most often
- Four-way scroll wheel for navigating up, down, left and right
- BlueTrack technology combines the power of optical with the precision of laser for remarkable tracking on virtually any surface ( does not work on clear glass or mirrored surfaces)
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Comfort Mouse 4500
Whether gaming, working or editing multimedia, this full featured mouse delivers comfort in either hand. It offers precision tracking, Five buttons and it won’t break the bank.
Sometimes you need more buttons than just left click and right click.
Luckily this mouse has three more. The scroll wheel acts like a button and there are two buttons located on either side of the mouse.
Five buttons, is nothing unless you can make them do what you want.
With the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboards Centre, you can customise all five buttons to do exactly what you want. Bind them to a keyboard shortcut, macro or even disable them if you wish.
You can even apply app specific commands, so if you’re gaming the button does one thing and if you are in CAD program, it does another.
The BlueTrack technology light beam is more than four times larger than the average laser beam used in other laser mice, so you can point, click and scroll with precision, no matter where you are.
Navigate your computer by using a BlueTrack mouse on a picnic table, your living room floor, the armrest of a lobby chair or even your leg. With BlueTrack technology, you can use the mouse on almost any type of surface.
Wireless technology has many benefits, but sometimes you need to have something wired, so you have the confidence the mouse will always be working, no swapping batteries with the TV remote.
This Mouse has a cable length just shy of 2 meters, so you can be sure that it will connect to your PC's USB port, no matter what your desk set up is.
Four Way Scrolling
Whether browsing the web, working on documents or looking at images, these days up and down isn’t enough.
This four way scroll wheel lets you quickly scroll left and right with a tilt of the wheel. It is surprisingly convenient.
Designed for Comfort
Fully ergonomic mice can be a bit unfamiliar for many people, so if you want comfort and a familiar mouse for either hand, the Comfort Mouse 4500 is ideal.
Rubber side grips ensure a firm grip and the ambidextrous design ensure that it fits snugly in the left or right hand.
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Top Customer Reviews
In short if you are looking for a drop in replacement for an Intellimouse, this is not the mouse for you.
On the positive side it seems quite sturdy, as you would expect from a Microsoft mouse.
If you are just looking for a decent Microsoft mouse, than I sure this could do the job quite well.
It's a decent mouse and reasonably priced, just not what I am used to, if you're used to weighted, wireless mice, this is a new experience.
If you want a cheap mouse, then Amazon has plenty of mice for about half the price of this, and you wouldn't notice any difference between them. The only reason it gets two stars rather than one is because it's quite accurate and doesn't jitter at all - but then again, I doubt it's any better than the cheaper mice on offer here.
The main problem with this mouse is the bad ergonomics - the button-click is flimsy, the side buttons stick out and are easy to press accidentally, and the scroll wheel doesn't 'click' so you end up over-scrolling all the time (and even on the slowest setting, it's far too fast). The wheel also has a 'sideways scroll' function, but since the wheel is almost set flush with the surface of the mouse, it's impossible to use without either scrolling vertically or accidentally pressing one of the side buttons. Worst of all, on the side of the mouse body itself, there's a moulding line right where your thumb sits, which is very annoying. The mouse is far too light for any detailed work. The wheel is also incredibly hard to click for use as a third mouse button, and because it is 'frictionless', it tends to scroll as you click, which is annoying when surfing the internet and totally hopeless when trying to play computer games.
Furthermore, the friction pads on the underside of the mouse making a scratching noise when moved on my wooden desk - I've not experienced this with any other mouse.
If you want a cheap mouse, save a fiver and buy the cheapest one you can find - it won't feel any worse than this one. If you want a performance mouse, spend an extra £10 and get something heavier, better built and better designed.
The back/forward buttons are nicely placed. Interesting to have one on the right side of the mouse.
The wheel, however, is an issue.
It's loose. REALLY loose. It scrolls when you move the mouse, and it needed to be remapped to do the usual middle-click functions from default. A basic wheel would have been better. One of the ones with a clutch so you can engage free scrolling would have been excellent, but it's unrealistic to expect that on a basic mouse.
Get used to having to brace it with a finger while you browse, and having to correct zoom while copy-pasting using keyboard shortcuts.
If I had known that, I probably wouldn't have bought it. Be aware of what you're getting into!
Doesn't play well with 'ergonomic' mouse mats. Caused a cramp all up my arm until I figured out what was wrong. Maybe that's just my wrist, but the shape is odd for a mouse. Too low to have a proper 'hump' like gaming mice, but too high to be a 'compact' mouse.
Luckily, one my my mousemats had been modified by chopping off the (leaking) gel pads, so I'm able to use that instead.
The optical sensor is at the back of the mouse, not the front. That takes a little getting used to.
Anyone complaining it's too big obviously has stubby fingers; I can reach the buttons just fine.
Good amount of resistance when on a mouse mat. It feels kind of like my Logitech G700 gaming mouse, only the resistance is friction rather than being a heavy wireless laser mouse. The slightly grainy, roughened surface on the bottom of the mouse is the cause of that, so it may well alter as the mouse ages.
The optical sensor is BLUE. That was strange and unusual.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The first mouse had a wheel problem as the action was hit and miss. Amazon replaced it immediately and the second works very well.Published 10 days ago by Ackworth45
Crap. No label whatsoever - don't even believe it's genuine Microsoft. AvoidPublished 16 days ago by Mr. John Anderson
This mouse would be fine but for the scroll wheel being incredibly frustrating to use. I've never had to tweak a mouse so much in the settings to get the feel of scrolling right as... Read morePublished 24 days ago by The MacDowalls
A decent workhorse mouse. The shoulder buttons aren't very responsive, and Microsoft have released far better mice in the past, but it does what it's supposed to for a very low... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Amazon Customer
Bought as being Mac compatible to replace an old wired Apple Mouse with Trackball that has had the trackball cleaned too many times now. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Jason H
I've been using this mouse for a while now and it';s working fine.Published 1 month ago by A. Wright
A cheap and cheerful mouse, feels comfortable and glides well. Plenty of cable to reach behind a desk into a base unit and as its a Microsoft mouse it's as easy as plugging in to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Buttons are a bit hard, and not comfortable the clicks, but for the price, its ok.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Sturdily built, good shape. Tracking is a bit weak - the mouse pointer will tend to skip when used on a wooden desk, sometimes even leading to clicks on the wrong button. Read morePublished 1 month ago by omphalos