Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000 - Online Only

  • Model #: D5D-00045
  • Web Code: 10452152
$25.49
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Overview

Microsoft Wireless Mobile 4000 Mouse - BlueTrack - Wireless - Radio Frequency - Poppy Red - USB 2.0 - 1000 dpi - Tilt Wheel - 4 Button(s) - Symmetrical

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General Information

Manufacturer: Microsoft Corporation

Manufacturer Part Number: D5D-00045

Manufacturer Website Address: www.microsoft.ca

Brand Name: Microsoft

Product Line: Wireless Mobile

Product Model: 4000

Product Name: Wireless Mobile 4000 Mouse

Marketing Information:

Sporty Style Ready to Go

Carry this compact and sporty wireless mouse, and use it just about anywhere, even on your living room carpet, relying on Microsoft BlueTrack Technology. Relaxing on the couch or giving a boardroom presentation? Roam up to 30 feet away, and retain reliable wireless control of your computer. Plus, when it's time to pack up and go, you'll hardly notice the tiny transceiver. Keep it plugged into your computer's USB port, or tuck it into the underside of the mouse for travel.

Product Type: Mouse

Pointing Device

Pointing Device Connectivity Technology: Wireless

Pointing Device Wireless Technology: Radio Frequency

Pointing Device Wireless Operating Distance: 30 ft (9144 mm)

Wireless Operating Frequency: 2.40 GHz

Movement Detection: BlueTrack

Movement Resolution: 1000 dpi

Number of Total Buttons: 4

Number of Programmable Buttons: 4

Scroller Type: Tilt Wheel

Ergonomic Fit: Symmetrical

Interfaces/Ports

Pointing Device Host Interface: USB 2.0

Battery Information

Number of Batteries Supported: 1

Battery Size Supported: AA

Battery Chemistry: Alkaline

Physical Characteristics

Color: Poppy Red

Height: 1.55" (39.37 mm)

Width: 2.34" (59.44 mm)

Depth: 4.04" (102.62 mm)

Weight (Approximate): 104.9 g

Miscellaneous

Package Contents:

Wireless Mobile 4000 Mouse

1 x AA Alkaline Battery

USB Receiver

Hardware Product Guide

Quick Start Guide

1 x CD-ROM

System Requirements:

For Windows-based PC:

100 MB of RAM

USB 2.0 Port

For Macintosh PC:

30 MB of RAM

Operating Systems:

Windows 7

Windows Vista

Windows XP (excluding Windows XP 64-bit)

Mac OS X v10.4.x-10.5.7

Certifications & Standards:

FCC Part 15C Certified (USA)

UL and cUL Listed Accessory (USA and Canada)

RSS-310 and ICES-003 report on file (Canada)

COFETEL Certificate (Mexico)

CONATEL Certificate (Venezuela)

Anatel Certificate (Brazil)

R&TTE Declaration of Conformity, Safety and EMC (European

TUV-T Certificate (European Union)

ACA/MED Declaration of Conformity (Australia and New Zealand)

ICASA Certificate (South Africa)

VCCI and Telec Certificates (Japan)

BSMI and NCC Certificates (Taiwan)

SUBTEL Certificate (Chile)

KCC Certificate (Korea)

SRRC Certificate (China)

SIRIM Certificate (Malaysia)

ETA Certificate (India)

GOST and FAC Certificates (Russia)

IDA Approval (Singapore)

CITC Letter (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia)

CNC Certificate (Argentina)

NTC SDoC Certificate (Thailand)

NTRA Certificate (Egypt)

TRA Certificate (UAE)

EIP Pollution Control Mark, EPUP (China)

CB Scheme Certificate (International)

Warranty:

  • Parts - 1 Year(s)
  • Labour - 1 Year(s)
  • Connectivity
    USB
  • Tracking Technology
    BlueTrack
  • Wireless
    Yes
  • Number of Buttons (Including Scroll Wheel)
    4
  • Dimension
  • What's in the Box
  • Warranty Labour
    1 Year(s)
  • Warranty Parts
    1 Year(s)


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  • from Ontario
2.0

Meh..

Feels nice, looks good. The battery life is subpar (replaced every 2-3 weeks). This was likely due to the blue laser and radio. Also, the track wheel "clicks" sometimes. It sounds like there is some kind of spring in there.


  • from Ontario
2.0

Meh..

Looks and feels good. Battery power is subpar (replaced every 2-3 weeks). Likely due to the blue laser and radio frequency.


  • from Barrie, ON
4.0

Awesome mouse, except for the middle button

I've had a couple of these over the last decade. My first one was amazing; it had super quiet buttons that felt "luxurious" vs cheaper mice. The bluetrack laser is unreal - the precision is incredible compared to Logitech mice. This mouse was absolutely perfect except for one thing - the middle mouse button (when clicked down) has about a 0.5 second delay from when you click it to when it activates. This may seem like a trivial thing to complain about, but if you're a CAD user, it will drive you mad. In my case, I use CATIA for a good portion of the day, and lots of the manipulation of the parts in 3D relies on clicking the middle button immediately followed by one of the outer buttons, and the delay completely screws up the timing, and will frustrate you. If, however, you're using the mouse for normal business stuff, it's awesome. Battery life is solid, but you'll want to shut it off at the end of the day. However, I've since gotten a newer (same model) one a couple years back, and the buttons are no longer quiet. Seems that MS has deleted whatever part makes the buttons quiet, so now it's the same amount of noise as any other mouse. Again, not a big deal, but I really liked the original version with the quiet buttons. My work recently bought several of these to give to employees and they're all similarly loud with the buttons. Not any louder than any competitor mouse, mind you, just not the way they were in the past. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


  • from oakville, ON
5.0

Best mouse ever bought

Bought mine about 6 years ago from Future Shop, then bought 2 more for family members 4-5 years ago from Best Buy. Not one problem with any of them. Batteries last quite a while when using a good brand named battery.


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