HP X3000 Wireless Mouse, Black (H2C22AA#ABL)

(13 customer reviews)

Original price was: $15.55.Current price is: $12.99.

Last updated on 16:02 Details
  • Nano receiver: takes up less USB space and Conveniently stores inside the mouse
  • Scroll wheel zips you through the web and documents with speed and ease
  • Contoured shape promotes all-day comfort
  • Works with Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10
  • One-year – worldwide parts-and-labor limited warranty
  • 12-Month Battery life
  • Note : In case of Wireless mouse, the USB receiver will be provided inside or along with the mouse
Wireless Type

‎802.11abg, 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎3.73 x 2.24 x 1.54 inches

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Manufacturer

‎hp

Batteries

‎2 AA batteries required. (included)

Computer Memory Type

‎DDR3 SDRAM

Processor Count

‎1

Color

‎Black

Product Dimensions

‎3.73 x 2.24 x 1.54 inches

Average Battery Life in hours

‎12 months

Item Weight

‎2.82 ounces

Operating System

‎Windows XP, Windows Vista

Hardware Platform

‎Laptop

Item model number

‎H2C22AA#ABL

Series

‎H2C22AA#ABL

Brand

‎HP

Date First Available

‎October 19, 2012

13 reviews for HP X3000 Wireless Mouse, Black (H2C22AA#ABL)

  1. Makk

    I’ve been using this mouse daily for the last 15 months and it’s still working as it did on day one. Really pleased with the quality at a bargain price.

  2. Big John

    It works well for my laptop . Great product for a great price.

  3. annie”s”

    Quite like this mouse, feels really different though as it is a ‘Nano mouse’ much prefer a normal size one but having said that it is perfect for use with my 11″ chromebook. Probably takes time to get used to it.

  4. Brenna

    Ordered for college, worked great.

  5. MDuck

    5 Star based on current $8.45 selling price.

    Doesn’t have “soft side rubber” grip panels as described – just plastic, but nicely dimpled.

    Uses a AA battery, the easiest to find while traveling. (Some use one, or even two, AAA’s which is a more expensive and harder to find alternative.)

    Pairs easily; I’m using it in tandem with a a Logitech TV keyboard (K400 Plus with built-in touchpad) which also runs off a 2.4gHz dongle – there isn’t any interference between the two.

    The Logitech keyboard plus this HP x3000 mouse are currently paired with an Asus Chromebit which is “ChromeOS (or, Chromebook operating system) on a stick” and the setup works fine – I was worried ChromeOS wouldn’t be able to pair with two different pointing devices from two different companies with two different dongles, but it did. As for Win8/10 – the packaging says works with Win10 so I trust it does.

    One compatibility caveat: ChromeOS Beta 50 version, the most current version as of my review date, has NO granular controls for mouse performance on desktop ChromeOS (peachy keen controls on actual Chromebooks, abysmal on ChromeOS desktop devices). This means scrolling with the scroll wheel isn’t as fast as I’d like, but cursor movement is a little speeded up since this is a 1600 dpi mouse (a lower rez mouse would probably move the cursor more slowly).

    AT $8.45 A SCREAMING BARGAIN IF YOU WANT A MOUSE FOR EASY USE WITH A TABLET OR LAPTOP.

    The top reviewer for this product said his (2013) version is chintzy; so is my version (even though I suspect the product is slightly different since it is no longer soft-touch on the sides). Not on the top – the scroll wheel is fine, the clicking smooth (and quiet, unlike his – it’s quieter than my Logitech mice). But underneath – compared to my Logitech sub-$30 wireless mice, the underside looks like a $5 no-name, shipped from overseas, disaster. Doesn’t affect use, but not confidence inspiring.

    Mice don’t seem to come in very standard sizes anymore. I am attaching a photo of three other mice. This one is middle sized, front to back and left to right, but taller than most other mice.

    IN THE ATTACHED PICTURE, left to right:
    Microsoft basic corded mouse; this HP; Logitech travel/mini mouse M187; generic wireless mouse from Dell that came with my desktop (but says “Logitech” underneath).

  6. Amazon Customer

    Love it… works for me… thank you!

  7. Bopper

    I’ve had quite a few mice over the years, and they tend to develop faults eventually – usually the pointer positioning loses accuracy, often wandering around the screen without any user input, clicks sometimes don’t register, and the pointer randomly fails to move at the required speed, so that you’re constantly repositioning the device on the mat to regain control.

    This mouse managed to develop all the above faults within a few hours, and replacing the supplied battery didn’t help.

    It’s really not worth the hassle of returning something that cost less than a tenner, but I’m disappointed all the same.

    I’ve now replaced it with a wireless mouse that cost about half the price – it might not be the best mouse in the world, but at least it works!

  8. Rami Taha

    Quality Rating: 4/5
    Based on price: 5/5
    Time with Product: 5 years (purchased in 2016)

    Review:
    I’ve had this mouse for over 5 years now and considering the price point I would have honestly expected the product to break down and no longer function anymore. Needless to say, I was wrong. This product is extremely durable, beautiful ergonomically, and lasts for a very long time. This mouse has yet to fail on me once.

    To whom is this product most suitable?
    1. Anyone looking for a handy back-up bluetooth mouse in case their main/primary mouse was to fail.
    2. Anyone looking for a cheap mouse to carry around (maybe for travel purposes).
    3. Anyone looking for a reliable, consistent, and fast desk mouse for work, surfing the web, or any simple tasks on the computer.

    This product is NOT suitable for:
    1. Gamers (it’s not precise enough, heavy, and poor in response-time and ergonomic design).
    2. Professional video editors (again, its the response time and the lack of precision in the sensor).
    3. Any heavy-task/quick paced, action.

    Ultimately, I purchased this mouse because I needed a replacement for a laptop that had a bad trackpad.
    I’ve searched the web with it, done normal and simple tasks, written essays, and done school work.

    Currently, this remains in my closet as a temporary replacement should my main mouse fail and I need one until another mouse or the original gets fixed. (I use another mouse because I require sensor precision for my film production editing, photoshop, and music mixing & mastering.

    I hope my review makes sense and helps you decide whether or not you would like to purchase this device.

    Have fun shopping! 🙂
    – Rami Taha

  9. Juan

    OK

  10. Amazon Customer

    Works just fine and was easy to set up to work with Windows 10. The on off switch is tiny and rather fiddly to switch on and off. It would be handy if there were an LED visible on the top or side to indicate when the mouse was on (so that you don’t forget to switch it off when finished using it).

  11. Private user

    This was a good little mouse. I used it for two years and six months, all on the same AA battery. Mouse gave out on me before the battery did.

  12. John

    This is, without doubt, probably the worst Mouse/dongle I have ever used!! This is the second one I have had, the issue is the dongle is so weak that two have literally shattered and fallen apart,as they are inserted into the USB socket, rendering the actual mouse unusable. Sorry HP, but you need to sort this issue out ASAP. I am now left with a totally useless article-NOT HAPPY!!

  13. Brandon

    In retrospect I shouldn’t have been so cheap when replacing my beloved HP X4000 and should have ponied up the extra $20 that it would have cost to replace it with the same model. Instead I scoffed at the extra cost and ordered the (surely equivalent) HP X3000. I regret my decision and have now spent the extra money anyways to order another X4000 because I can’t live with this inferior mouse on a daily basis.

    For what is it (a $12 wireless mouse) it’s great and worth every penny. For the cost of a medium pizza (with a good coupon) you will get a good looking but cheap feeling optical mouse. The buttons and scroll wheel feel flimsy and inaccurate and the single battery (as opposed to two in the X4000) makes the mouse nearly weightless (which is not a good thing to me). The size of the mouse is also too small to use comfortably for any adult with regular sized hands but might be okay for kids, smaller people or reigning U.S. Presidents. All in all, it’s a good choice if you won’t know where to find $30 for a real optical mouse.

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