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The Wireless Comfort Mouse from HP is a low-end computer mouse.

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Good battery life

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Offers a range of attractive designs

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Rubberised sides for extra comfort

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Ambidextrous and ergonomic design

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Easily scratched exterior

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Better alternatives for the same price

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Poor wireless receiver range

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Heavy mouse with battery

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Optical tracking is not great on some surfaces

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The Wireless Comfort Mouse from HP is a low-end computer mouse. It shares certain aspects with one of HP's other mice, the 2.4GHz Wireless Laser Mobile Mouse. These aspects include the fact that both right-handed and left handed users can use them. The similarities end there however, as the Wireless Comfort Mouse builds upon anything the 2.4GHz Wireless Laser Mobile Mouse had. This includes an LED battery monitor, which lets the user always know how much life is left in the battery, and when it's time to change it. This can avoid a bad situation where the battery simply dies without warning. It also features a four-way tilt wheel, which lets the user scroll right to left instead of just up and down. This can be used in a number of applications, including internet browsers and photo editing software, to add convenience. Another important feature of the Wireless Comfort Mouse is it's programmable buttons, which allow the user to assign any kind of function to them. These can range from zooming, to launching a web browser, or even controlling volume.

  • Can be used by right-handed and left handed people
  • LED battery monitor
  • Four-way tilt wheel
  • Programmable buttons
  • Rubber on the sides
  • High-precision sensor
  • Teflon feet
  • Black piano finish
  • Compatible with Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
  • Contoured Edge
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