The Comfort Mouse 6000 also shows angle-snapping, a type of path correction in mouse sensors that assists you in drawing horizontal or vertical lines. Needless to say, this shows that the mouse is not really ideal for precision drawing and even less for gaming.
Microsoft's Intellipooint software uses a very simply user interface for you to program the five buttons on the Comfort Mouse 6000. As the mouse isn't designed for gaming, there are neither DPI nor polling rate settings.
Microsoft's Bluetrack technology works well on surfaces where the average mouse will jitter crazily. Its lightweight improves the comfort when using it for long periods of time. However, one complaint about the Comfort Mouse 6000 is the lagging middle mouse button. If that is not a major concern, it is a great mouse for basic use. The Microsoft Comfort Mouse 6000 is available now in authorized retailers at US$29.99 or S$39.
|Tracks on almost any surface||Laggin middle mouse button|
|Ergonomic design||Feels cheap (hollow)|
|Lightweight||Loud mouse click|
|Microsoft Comfort Mouse 6000|
Retail Price: US$29.99