Compatibility of the 'wireless laser mouse 7000' with 'wireless laser mouse 6000 receiver.


One of my colleagues gave me his extra Wireless Laser Mouse 7000, but he gave me a Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 receiver. will be the mouse 7000 and 6000 receiver work? are they compatible?

help someone?



Yes those should work - just install the software (Intellipoint) and configure the mouse than the 7000.

IntelliPoint - free

I hope this helps.
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