|Series||Wireless Optical Mouse 5000|
|Dimensiones del producto||9.35 x 5.8 x 2.5 cm; 150 gramos|
|Número de modelo del producto||69R-00003|
|Capacidad del disco duro||45 MB|
|Plataforma de Hardware||Portátil|
|Sistema operativo||Windows Vista, XP, 2000 SP4, Mac OS X v10.2–10.4.x|
|Descripción de la batería||AAA|
|Peso del producto||150 g|
Microsoft BT 5000 - Ratón láser inalámbrico con Bluetooth para portátil, Color Blanco y Negro
|Tecnología de conectividad||Láser|
|Series||Wireless Optical Mouse 5000|
|Función especial||Bluetooth, Ergonómico, Láser, Inalámbrico|
|Tecnología de detección de movimiento||Óptico|
|Número de botones||4|
|Dimensiones del producto: largo x ancho x alto||9.3 x 5.8 x 2.5 centímetros|
|Peso del producto||150 Gramos|
|Orientación de la mano||Ambidiestra|
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- Descripción del producto: – Ratón Microsoft Bluetooth portatil 5000
- Tipo de batería: 2 x AAA
- Sistema operativo requerido: Apple MacOS X 10.2.6 o posterior, Microsoft Windows XP SP2, Microsoft Windows Vista
- Tipo de paquete: Al por menor
- Microsoft certificación: compatible con Windows 7
- Garantía del fabricante: 3 años de garantía
- Tipo de dispositivo: Ratón
Descripción del producto
Cantidad de botones: 4
Conectar y usar (Plug and Play): Si
Dimensiones del ratón (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 72,5 x 43,8 x 126 mm
Espacio mínimo de almacenamiento del disco: 45 MB
Interfaz del dispositivo: Bluetooth
Numero de baterías soportadas: 2
Peso: 150 g
Requisitos mínimos del sistema: CD-ROM\nUSB
Rueda de desplazamiento: Si
Sistema operativo MAC soportado: Si
Sistemas operativos compatibles: Windows Vista, XP, 2000 SP4\nMac OS X v10.2–10.4.x
Tecnología de batería: Alcalino
Tecnología de detección de movimientos: Óptico
Tipo de batería: AAA
Opiniones de clientes
Principales reseñas de España
Ha surgido un problema al filtrar las opiniones justo en este momento. Vuelva a intentarlo en otro momento.
Pongo la opción de devolver el producto por estar defectuoso, imprimo las etiquetas de devolución y para Amazon otra vez.
Pido que me manden otro y en 5 días el otro ratón en casa,a coste cero el segundo, por que el primero ya lo había pagado, por supuesto.
El ratón va bastante bien, por el precio que lo compre, muy bien, lo del fallo del primero no le di demasiada importancia, le puede pasar hasta a productos de mucha calidad.
Pero de lo que si estoy contento es del funcionamiento de Amazon, pues se puede comprar cualquier producto con toda confianza, pues responden.
Reseñas más importantes de otros países
The 5000 is slightly smaller that your standard mouse but no less comfortable to use. Right, left and scroll wheel buttons with a third button on the side, near the thumb (right handed). There are two micro switches underneath, one to switch it on-off and the other to re-establish bluetooth connection. A small light in the top of the mouse body alerts you to low battery (Red) or when it's making the bluetooth connection (Green)
- No wires!
- A bit laggy sometimes, you have to move the mouse for the BT to connect again, especially when turning on for the first time
- If you're a heavy user and don't turn it off all the time, be prepared to have some AAA batteries spare
- Bluetooth tricky, especially when moving between WIndows and Xubuntu 12.04. You have to pull out the batteries to make the mouse "forget" and start a new connection on both operating systems
- Sometimes the scroll wheel appears to 'stick' when scrolling, this is mechanical rather than software
- Doing precise work, like editing graphics, can be tricky getting fine control over the mouse pointer. Unsure if this is the DPI, laser or operating systems, as it exhibits the behaviour in both operating systems I use
It's ok for normal desktop computing, e.g. no gaming. Only marked 3 stars because of the tricky bluetooth between operating systems and the amount of batteries it seems to go through, but that's just the way and frequency with which I use it and if you're a light user only on Windows then you'll probably be ok, so long as you turn the mouse off between sessions.
It takes two AAA batteries - and kudos to Microsoft for supplying Duracell and not some grotty no-name cheapie. Battery life is unknown - the off switch is there on the bottom (a bit fiddly) so I guess it is a matter of remembering it!
Range is more than I think I will need - it certainly works two metres away from laptop - which might be useful if giving a Powerpoint presentation.
My only criticism, which may be because it is a new product and stiff, is that I find when using the wheel in the middle to scroll I end up pushing it down sufficiently that I get that circle with the up and down arrows in it (not sure of official name) when I do not want it. Who knows, it may also just be that I need to adapt to it and be more delicate in my touch - but at present it is an annoyance and hence why only 4 stars.
Otherwise, I cannot fault it, and I hope that fewer cords on my desk will result in fewer spilled cups of coffee as well!
UPDATE - just downgraded the rating to 2 stars as not only has it not become looser, I am fed up with the button on the left taking me back a page in a browser and it also does not work with Microsoft's own Intellimouse management programs - a bit of a serious error. The last Microsoft Mouse I will buy.
UPDATE2 - I got so fed up with this product I have just bought a Logitech v470 and installed it. It is WAY BETTER than the Microsoft product. The wheel is not stiff and scrolls beautifully - no more inadvertant clicks when I want to scroll. And that useless back button has gone. No more lost e-mails that get lost when I inadvertently click the back button. The Intellimouse software never did work - I had to use the MS mouse as a generic mouse. The Logitech drivers seem to just work.
In short, do not repeat my mistakes, do not buy this product - go Logitech instead.
This is quite a small mouse I was expecting something a little larger I don't have large hands but I do find this rather small. I think the scroll wheel is rather stiff in operation I have been using other Microsoft mice and their action is much slicker, I don't really like how clicky the wheel is. The whole thing is just a bit too plasticky for my tastes, although I do like the fact this comes with a neoprene storage pouch and batteries in the box. I think really I'm going to be looking for another solution, as I just don't think this is high-quality enough but probably good value for money.
It doesn't come with any software and so relies on the settings in the operating system to adjust speed. Also the back button on this mouse can be a bit annoying, it's in a different place than my other Microsoft wireless mouse. As a result you can end up hitting it when you didn't mean to and you can't disable it in software.
Time to get into the packaging: 2 minutes
Time to install the supplied Duracell batteries: 30 seconds
Time to set the mouse up with my laptop: 30 seconds
So far, it's been brilliant. The mouse is slightly larger in all aspects (and heavier due to the batteries, but it's a reassuring heaviness) than the Microsoft Notebook Mouse 3000 that it's replacing, but the extra height and length make it more comfortable to my hand.
The 'clickiness' of the wheel is nice (IMHO), with my old mouse (that didn't 'click') I'd often over-scroll but this one is much easier to control.
At this point then - about three hours of usage - I'm very pleased with it. Only time will tell as far as battery life is concerned, but so far I'd recommend this to anyone with a Bluetooth enabled PC or laptop.
Had this a few months now and still really like it - very comfy in the hand and the battery life is great: I think each 'set' is lasting a couple of months or so (and it's gets used all day, every weekday) - but rechargeable batteries are my friend!
The buttons do not give a very tactile response and seem dampened. Quieter clicks but harder on your fingers. The middle-mouse click is good though.
The mouse wheel is ok for certain uses but I prefer the free-scrolling wheel on the 3000. No clicks and much easier to scroll large documents. There is no tilt on the 5000 for left-right scrolling.
This mouse will also pair with just one machine at a time so if you switch machine you have to pair it every single time.
Drop outs occur due to the energy saving mode. If you type for a while, it will put the mouse to sleep to save batteries. It's something you can live with but can be irritating.
Batteries always make the wireless mice heavier - this one uses 2xAAA so not too bad but still noticeably heavier than a wired mouse. Some people may prefer the extra momentum but I prefer the lighter mouse for prolonged use.
I have since ordered another notebook mouse 3000. I would either recommend that or the Logitech VX Nano. The Nano is not bluetooth but is a very well built mouse and the batteries last much longer.
It's a shame because this mouse is the most stylish mouse I've owned, even better looking than the Nano.