Microsoft Comfort Mouse 4500
Released March, 2010
The Pros:Proprietary BlueTrack technology - greater surface compatibility. Five customizable functions - all buttons can be changed through the included software. Rubber side grips with a uniform shape for comfort in either hand (ambidextrous design).
The Cons:Middle mouse click has a slight delay. Optical laser on back end of mouse making you move the whole mouse rather than just your wrist. Unergonomical side button - must be pressed with the ring finger.
The Microsoft Comfort Mouse 4500 is a Windows-only wired/corded mouse featuring Microsoft’s proprietary BlueTrack Technology. Like its wireless counterparts, the Comfort Mouse uses advanced optics to generate a more precise image of the surface, thereby allowing it to track more accurately and work on a variety of different surfaces.
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It is in fact Microsoft’s first CORDED Bluetrack mouse. The goal was to eliminate the need to change batteries. It was released in March 2010 and is available in four colors: Lochness Grey, Poppy, Sea Blue, and Strawberry.
- Corded BlueTrack Mouse
- Windows Only
- BlueTrack Technology
- Advanced Optics
- Works on Various Surfaces
- No Need to Change Batteries
- Four Color Options
- Compatibility: Windows 7, Vista, XP
- Warranty: 3-Year Limited
- Lochness Grey
- Sea Blue
User Reviews (10)
proprietary BlueTrack technology - greater surface compatibility
five customizable functions - all buttons can be changed through the included software
rubber side grips with a uniform shape for comfort in either hand (ambidextrous design)
lengthy 3 year manufacturer warranty
middle mouse click has a slight delay
Optical laser on back end of mouse making you move the whole mouse rather than just your wrist.
unergonomical side button - must be pressed with the ring finger
mouse wheel scrolling has a fair amount of unnecessary resistance
not plug and play - requires software for full functionality
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