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Microsoft Comfort Mouse 6000 Review: Affordable mouse that can track on almost all surfaces

Microsoft has recently released a new mouse, the Comfort Mouse 6000, which features the software giant's Bluetrack sensor that can track on almost any surface. So how good is the Comfort Mouse 6000? Find out in the next pages.

Specification:

– Right-handed control

– BlueTrack Technology

– Five customizable buttons

– Detent scroll wheel

 

First look:

Out of the box, the Microsoft Comfort Mouse 6000 looks like the Razer DeathAdder (except without the Razer logo) but in fact iti s actually designed after its Intellimouse Explorer 3.0 older sibling. The mouse features a smooth black plastic body with rubberized side grips and comes with five customizable buttons – left, right, two on the side and the scroll wheel. It feels very lightweight as though it is hollow.

Inside the box, we also find a start guide, a product guide and technical specifications.

 

 

 

The Comfort Mouse 6000 has two well-positioned side buttons which you can use to go back and forward through webpages and document with ease.

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