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2.4Ghz 5 Button Wireless Optical Mouse With Adjustable DPI (Batteries Included) - £5.99 Delivered @ 7 Day Shop
2.4Ghz 5 Button Wireless Optical Mouse With Adjustable DPI (Batteries Included) - £5.99 Delivered @ 7 Day Shop

2.4Ghz 5 Button Wireless Optical Mouse With Adjustable DPI (Batteries Included) - £5.99 Delivered @ 7 Day Shop

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Fantastic price on this sleek, stylish looking wireless mouse, powered by x 2 AA batteries

Specifications
Direction/Buttons 5+1(dpi) Keys
Mice Sensor Pixart 3204
CPI Resolution *1600/1200/800 dpi
USB Report Rate 125 times/sec
Power consumption
(test criteria :white paper) Operating:3V-About 10.35mA Stand-by : 3V-About 1.40mA (3s late) Sleeping 1:3V-About 1.10mA (35s late) Sleeping 2:3V-About 217.7uA (5min late)
Wavelength 630~650mm
Speed 28 inches/sec
FPS 3000 time/second
RF Technical 2.4GHZ(2.402GHz-2.480GHz)GFSK
RF output Power 1.6mW
RF Power 2dBm
RF Distance 6M (OPEN Space 10M)
Batteries type 2 x AA Batteries (included)
Switch Life 5 million
Wake up Moving wake up option Key Wake up
Dimension (L)12.5cm (W)7cm (H)4cm

System Requirements
Hardware IBM PC Pentium 233 above
Support OS WIN98 SE/ME/2000/NT/XP/VISTA/7/ Mac OS 9.0 or Above
Interface USB

7 Comments

I've bought this from Amazon - it's the same size as a Logitech Nano - good mouse.

ChrisO

I've bought this from Amazon - it's the same size as a Logitech Nano - … I've bought this from Amazon - it's the same size as a Logitech Nano - good mouse.




probably because its copied the Logitech
http://blog.alexou.net/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/logitech_mx_620_cordless_laser_mouseblack.jpeg
Edited by: "montana78" 5th Apr 2011

Yeah like VW copied the morris minor......like Galaxy S copied the Iphone...like umm durr

mmm.....

I am not voting on this one.

There is an element of genius in having a wire connecting the mouse to the PC so it wont get lost.

If I did get a wireless mouse, I suspect a length of string would need to be attached to ensure it was always near the PC,

Thanks a lot OP, this mouse is great. Only had it a couple of days but it's very responsive and ergonomic. Although it's a full size mouse it's great for the laptop as the USB connector is so tiny it can be left in all the time and as someone said there is an ON/OFF switch underneath the mouse which I presume will save battery life. It comes with batteries included. It's also Plug n Play and no set up was needed as it was fully functioning within about 5 seconds.

Delivery was fast too. For £6 this is HOT!

I just noticed there is a small button on the top that lights up when pressed but I have no idea what it does lol plus there are two buttons on the side but again I've not figured out what they do either, I guess they're for games? The roller and right & left clicks suit me just fine


Edited by: "GoodGosh" 18th Apr 2011

Original Poster

GoodGosh

Thanks a lot OP, this mouse is great. Only had it a couple of days but … Thanks a lot OP, this mouse is great. Only had it a couple of days but it's very responsive and ergonomic. Although it's a full size mouse it's great for the laptop as the USB connector is so tiny it can be left in all the time and as someone said there is an ON/OFF switch underneath the mouse which I presume will save battery life. It comes with batteries included. It's also Plug n Play and no set up was needed as it was fully functioning within about 5 seconds.Delivery was fast too. For £6 this is HOT!I just noticed there is a small button on the top that lights up when pressed but I have no idea what it does lol plus there are two buttons on the side but again I've not figured out what they do either, I guess they're for games? The roller and right & left clicks suit me just fine



Your very welcome glad you like it
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