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Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse: 3500 (Various Colors) or 4000 (Graphite)

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Best buy has this Microsoft 4000 wireless mouse on sale for $9.99. Also the 3500 model is the same price.

4000-
Features
BlueTrack and optical technologies
Ensure precise tracking on a wide range of surfaces.
Tilting scroll wheel
Allows 4-way scrolling, so you can easily navigate the Web, documents and more.
4 customizable buttons
Enable simple personalization.
Ambidextrous design
Permits comfortable left- or right-handed use.
Compact size
Offers easy portability.


https://www.bestbuy.com/site/micr...Id=9401685

3500-
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/micr...Id=1805526
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I bought 4 of these when they went on sale for $10 a while back and regret buying them. They are crap. They depleted brand new high-quality AA batteries in less than 2 weeks with minimal use. I would buy something of better quality.
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Quote from ck128 :
As the guy who owns more than a dozen mouse at any given time (I can't use trackpad).

DO NOT BUY Microsoft Mouse.

- A fresh AA battery only last 1 week because that bright blue light always lights up
- The wheel rubber band loses its elasticity after 3 month and wheel is unusable.
- Makes loud click sound
- Poor warranty.

I am trying to get my only Microsoft mouse 4000 replaced and no luck.

Only buy Logitech quiet mouse, it does not have any of the issues above.
I had the same experience and also recommend DO NOT BUY THIS MOUSE
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Quote from indelible :
Amazon matched
Same price in amazon?
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Just need another promo to get this for $2.50 lol https://slickdeals.net/e/13702520-best-buy-student-discount-microsoft-wireless-mobile-mouse-4000-2-50-free-s-h still haven't opened it yet since logi mouse hasn't died yet lol
I purchased the 4000 series mouse an year ago with this deal.
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Quote from Max1111 :
I had the same experience and also recommend DO NOT BUY THIS MOUSE
Yeah, I have been using this mouse since like an year and I guess I already changed like 5-6 batteries till now.
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Seeing a lot of negatives. I bought one of these (4000) when I worked at a company that only provided wired dell mouse to use. This was in 2018.

Decided that was dumb and looked for a mouse that would be affordable but also nice to use. Man, I really liked this mouse. Currently I have a MX Master 3, which is really excellent, but if you're looking for something cheap I don't think you can do better than this mouse. Clicking is excellent. Scroll wheel is smooth. Comfortable to use. And the back button is helpful.

Yeah, it is basic. It is cheap. It will eat through some batteries (how expensive is one battery every so often though?). But for $10 bucks? Don't think it can be beat!
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Shocked by the many negatives, but I 100% believe them. Maybe something changed in the internal design or manufacture of these, because I've been using three of them for 5+ years and have no issues at all with battery life, connectivity or range. For me, one AA battery lasts three-ish months with typical use, all day, 8-5.
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Quote from LEOMHK1.0 :
Loch Ness Gray???
Do they mean the body of water or the monster.
You might never find your mouse if you lose it!
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What's the difference be the 3500 and the 4000?

And how do these compare to the Jelly Comb Type-C Wireless Silent Mouse?

https://slickdeals.net/f/14919698-amazon-jelly-comb-type-c-wireless-mouse-usb-c-computer-silent-mouse-only-4-99?src=SiteSearchV2Algo1
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MS Mouse does eat a lot of battery compared to the Logitech ones (Based on my experience from a Microsoft 4000 mouse bought 3 years ago). The battery drain issue may have been fixed now.

But, the MS mouses have much less interference when plugged into USB 3 port. Logitech have connectivity issues when used with USB 3.0. When I try to drag and drop something, I lose it somewhere midway. No such issues with Microsoft 4000 mouse.
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Is this the small mouse? My love my compact Microsoft Mouse , but the rubber is coming off, and my scroll wheel is getting stiff after about 8 years of use.
My battery life is pretty good in that mouse too.

EDIT: I just realize this is the same mouse I have. It is my favorite mouse out of all the ones I have. I absolutely love the compact size. Battery life lasts forever. I am surprised anytime my battery dies, and realize that my red light had been on for about a month before it kicks the bucket.

I am getting another one. I paid $20 for it in 2012
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Best mouse I have ever used
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Quote from abillmann :
Shocked by the many negatives, but I 100% believe them. Maybe something changed in the internal design or manufacture of these, because I've been using three of them for 5+ years and have no issues at all with battery life, connectivity or range. For me, one AA battery lasts three-ish months with typical use, all day, 8-5.
Also going strong with 5+ year old 4000 mouses. And I've noticed the newer 4000 mouses don't have the same click/scroll feel as the old ones, so I switched over to Logitech for new mouses (M590 Silent my current favorite).
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Quote from CoolMask1456 :
What's the difference be the 3500 and the 4000?

And how do these compare to the Jelly Comb Type-C Wireless Silent Mouse?

https://slickdeals.net/f/14919698-amazon-jelly-comb-type-c-wireless-mouse-usb-c-computer-silent-mouse-only-4-99?src=SiteSearchV2Algo1
All of the non-Logitech/Microsoft mouses I've ever used have the annoying sleep mode in which after some time of inactivity, you have to click a mouse button for it to wake up before it'll start actually responding. I'd love to hear of other brands that don't do that.
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battery drainer, scroll wheel rubber broke off, didn't last 3 months
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