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  • posted byksaves2 on 05/22/2013

    Was expecting something that would work and not be wired wrong. Was easily connected and paired but problem is below. It doesn't include batteries so put some rechargeable Nimh AAA cells when you get it X-Y planes are mis-wired and I can't find a setup in Windows or Linux to reverse them. Moving... Read more

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  • posted bytomasik on 12/06/2011

    Its a great small mouse. You cannot get comparable mouse in CZ for this money. Great for laptops - you dont need USB dongle, its not big so you can take it in bag and you can charge batteries via USB. Rubbered surface is great thing too. When i have mouse without it, then i dont feel so One big -... Read more

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  • posted bySilaslima on 03/27/2011

    very simple to use, able to adjust the precision of the cursor, the production quality very good, parts of the body is rubberized, non slip leaving the mouse some problems to use it on windows connected by usb, the system understands that the wheel is spinning while charging. lack a way of the it... Read more

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  • posted bydigi1 on 11/19/2010

    The laser quality is good, works on reflective surfaces where my other mouse has failed. Bluetooth works as expected. The chipset has a bug when connected via USB. It keeps on scrolling sideways. There is a fix in the linux kernels for this, but the problem is not fixed in Windows 7. No sideways... Read more

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  • posted byaxient1 on 10/15/2010

    - Worked right out of the box, easy to setup and use - It can also charge the rechargeable battery while connected to USB port and can be used at the same time when it is charging the battery - Handy ON/OFF button to save battery when not in use - Cannot be used when there is no battery even when... Read more

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  • posted byrafaelcav on 08/23/2010

    - Very cheap (in my country I've seen one of these around $200) - No cables nor docks - Good build quality - Works as battery charger (you don't even need to remove the batteries to charge them) - Works while charging (sometimes it's a bit tricky to make it happen) - Good looking - Works at from... Read more

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  • posted byrocketsurgeon on 08/13/2010

    Works well on just about any surface. Just works under Linux and Windows, out of the box. Good size - small enough to be easy to lug around, but not so small it's hard to use. Uses standard AAA-batteries. Can recharge them using USB cable. Button to start pairing is hard to press without a tool... Read more

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  • posted byektorbarajas on 01/24/2010

    - Economic - Good quality - Laser technology - Bluetooth (so if your computer has Bluetooth, then no USB connection is needed, only if you wish to charge it or use it as a USB Mouse) - uses 2 AAA batteries, which is good since all battery chargers, charges pairs of batteries - on/off switch - The... Read more

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  • posted bysayadaddy on 01/10/2010

    This is a very well built unit, fit and finish are excellent. For around 20 bucks it is a great buy!! Similar units go for around $70-$100 in stores in Canada. Built in recharger for batteries is a wonderful feature. This is a full size mouse,description says "mini" but is full size.I purchased a... Read more

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  • posted byhbtrocha on 07/31/2009

    Bluetooth wireless is the best thing ever. The absence of a transmiter dongle Small, but not to much Uses AAA bateries and if you choose rechargeable ones, its possible to use the mouse while the batteries are being charged inside the mouse, conected by a USB cable to the computer. Durable... I a... Read more

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