When we look at the mouse all we can say is that it is fairly convenient to use. Personally I would have liked the mouse a little bigger and with some more buttons, but I am a spoiled old gamer of course.
The mouse comes with the traditional buttons and a scroll wheel, very convenient however I find the DPI switch, often to be found on professional game mouse's. Four modes are available, 800/1000/1200 and 1600 DPI. There's really noting special about the mouse, good though is that it is suited for left and right handed people. The mouse dimensions are 110 x 59 x 35mm.
This little mouse is powered by two "AAA" sized batteries. Though they should last up-to four months, we always recommend end-users to use rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) batteries. We could not find any specs on the Optical sensor though.
See that gap at the lower segment of the mouse of the previous picture ? The USB Nano receiver can be housed there. Very convenient if you are on the road or something, as it is much more difficult to loose that little fracker. You pop it into a USB port, and you are ready to go.
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