Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 - mouse - 2.4 GHz - lochness gray

Mfg.Part: GMF-00010 | CDW Part: 2033057 | UNSPSC: 43211708
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  • Mouse
  • right and left-handed
  • optical
  • 3 buttons
  • wireless
  • 2.4 GHz
  • USB wireless receiver
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Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 - mouse - 2.4 GHz - lochness gray
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  • Mouse
  • right and left-handed
  • optical
  • 3 buttons
  • wireless
  • 2.4 GHz
  • USB wireless receiver
  • lochness gray
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Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 - mouse - 2.4 GHz - lochness gray is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 996.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I guess it's alright if you are running it on a tablet-style interface but that's about it. It is so counterintutive in every way on a desktop though. Kind of difficult to find anything too. I'll give it that second star for tablet usage. I always seemed to run into weird errors working on it too...
Date published: 2019-04-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This version of Windows made Vista look absolutely wonderful! The user interface was awful. I really don't know what Microsoft was thinking in taking away the Start button. The metro tiles were awful as well. They were trying to put a tablet interface on desktop and laptop computers that really do not need them. Windows 8.1 was a slight improvement. They finally got it right with Windows 10.
Date published: 2019-04-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Windows 8 was such a drastic change from what had come before that the industry rebelled against it. Folks were so mad at MS because they took away the start bar that they picked at the product over every little nuance. It was a case of.. well, I'm resistant to change and I can't be arsed to figure out anything new so I am going to light up the internet about how bad this product is when in fact its not bad at all. Just some bugs here and there but otherwise a revolutionary product that eventually turned into the best OS of modern times. 10.
Date published: 2019-04-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Windows 8 was one of the operating systems which didn't really last long nor was it great. it followed on from Win 7 which was one of the better OS. I can't remember using win 8 for long before switching back to win 7
Date published: 2019-04-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I didn't give Windows 8 much thought because it had such a bad start but after 8.1 came out it is surprisingly good. It is our main workhorse here and I will be sad when its time is up.
Date published: 2019-04-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Microsoft thought it would be a good idea to develop an OS that could be used on all platforms - both mobile and desktop. However, the idea of "a jack of all trades, master of none" really applies here. Unless you're using Windows 8 on a device with a touchscreen - a tablet, a phone, or even an all-in-one PC - you're going to have a rough time trying to get anything done.The removal of the start menu, replacing it with the tile screen, is perhaps the worst thing that Microsoft could have done. I've heard that they based it on study groups that showed folks only looked at the Start Menu, and nowhere else, when the menu was open. But the tile screen is messy to navigate with a mouse, and is filled with useless junk that most users will never want. Trying to find common desktop apps like the calculator or notepad takes much longer than needed. To top it off, the O/S boots straight to the tile screen, not even to the desktop proper! This can make it very difficult to get to the regular Windows desktop and file explorer that most users want and use.To top it off, the adherence to a touch-influenced design means that accessing regular Windows functions and features can be extremely confusing for an average computer user. The tile screen/ Start menu replacement does not have an icon on the bottom left like every other version of Windows. Users are expected to know that clicking there will bring up the tile screen - no icon or symbol to let them know. Even worse, trying to shut down or restart the PC is accomplished by pulling up something called the "charms" menu. This is done by swiping from right-to-left on a touchscreen... or by sort of waggling the cursor around on the far-right side of the screen until the menu pops up. Even after using Win. 8 for about four years, I still don't know how better to describe the process.Overall, a confusing mess of an operating system. It lacks the professionalism of previous versions of Windows, meaning that very few business or offices upgraded to this O/S. Honestly, I can't blame them. On the plus side, Windows 8.1 is a fair bit more usable, and is offered as a free upgrade. But better yet, just upgrade to Windows 10 and forget that this O/S ever existed - I know Microsoft would certainly prefer it that way.
Date published: 2018-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great all around mouse I buy these as a standard purchase item for my organization. They meet the general needs of most employees. Reliable and duarable. MIcrosofts bluetrack technology has proven to be highly accurate. The rubber padding may wear or delaminate after very heavy use but I expect that and I feel we have gotten our moneys worth out of it by that point.
Date published: 2018-08-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Every company has its 'bomb', this was Microsofts! Ok, maybe Microsoft BOB was more of a bomb but Windows 8 is pretty close.
Date published: 2018-08-20
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