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It is a wireless BlueTrack mouse featuring an ambidextrous design for right- or left-handed use.

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USB transeiver storage in underside of mouse.

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Easy to maneuver on most surfaces.

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Comfortably shaped.

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Long battery life.

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Fast tracking speed

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The Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 is a wireless BlueTrack mouse featuring an ambidextrous design for right- or left-handed use. The BlueTrack technology allows it to work on practically any surface, while the plug-and-go USB nano transceiver means users need not worry about a pesky cord. And the wireless technology is 2.4GHz, giving users a confident connection that won’t falter. Additional features include an 8-month battery life with a single AA battery, an on/off switch for conserving power, and compatibility with both Windows and Macintosh operating systems.

  • Wireless BlueTrack Mouse
  • Ambidextrous Design
  • 2.4GHz Wireless Technology
  • Plug-and-Go Nano Transceiver
  • 8-Month Battery Life (AA)
  • Windows/Mac Compatibility
  • 3-Year Limited Warranty
  • Part #: GMF-00010
  • Batteries: 1 AA
  • Battery Life: 8 Months
  • Technology: BlueTrack
  • Compatibility: Windows 7, Vista, XP
  • Compatibility: Mac OS X v10.4-10.6
Color Options
  • Lochness Grey
  • Dragon Fruit Pink
Post Review
01/17/2013 07:41

I got a new Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500. I use quite often the scroll wheel for clicking, but it seems to be very hard. Always when I want to click with the middle scroll button, I have to press very hard. I don't know if this is a defect or a feature.

Trisch Greschner
05/05/2011 05:17

My one at home works perfectly (minus the battery life) but my one at work gets laggy sometimes causing jittery movement on screen (even with a high quality mouse pad). I've taken it home and tried it there so I'm not sure what it is about my work machine that is causing problems (considering it is a MUCH better quality machine than my 7yr old laptop at home).

Other than that I love this mouse; it's great for small hands like mine.

12/03/2010 11:53

I can't open the little door to get to the battery to put a new one in. I don't want to force anything and break something. MS manual doesn't show how.

Trisch Greschner

Trisch Greschner

05/05/2011 05:18

Flip the mouse over. In order from the BOTTOM to TOP of the mouse you will see the on/off switch, the transceiver slot, the eject button and then the latch for the battery door. Push the latch in away from the eye of the mouse (in the opposite direction from where the blue light comes from) and then gently pull the latch upwards. The door should come off easily.



08/27/2011 09:12

Thank You! I was having the same problem till I read this!

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