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Four-way scroll wheel has been added to enhance functionality over the standard vertical scroll wheel.

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a pair of regular batteries will last a whole year before you need to change them

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scroll wheel has a smooth action, good response

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receiver is very tiny, not likely to get knocked out by accident, can just leave it in there when you pack up the laptop

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works well with default Windows drivers, tends not to need separate driver installation

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better accuracy than the typical optical mouse, works on a variety of surfaces

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very comfortable to rest your hand on, nice ergonomics

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doesn't need Bluetooth, making it compatible with a wider range of devices

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response isn't quite fast enough for gaming purposes

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Wi-Fi Laser Mouse (AMW58US) is part of Targus's new line of laser mice made in tandem with Ozmo's popular Wi-Fi PAN (Personal Area Network) technology, using their OZMO2000 chip which was the industry's first solution to connecting peripheral devices to a laptop's Wi-Fi receiver. The mouse is compact enough to be used with a laptop and connects directly to your computers Wi-Fi network for wireless plug and play operation. Four-way scroll wheel has been added to enhance functionality over the standard vertical scroll wheel, and the mouse supports Windows 7 task switching with one button press. Two Energizer batteries have also been included which should last 12 months with regular use. This new generation of mobile Wi-Fi device does not use Bluetooth, but rather connects to the even more widely used and implemented Wi-Fi technology found in most modern computers.

  • Windows 7 compatible only
  • 4-way scroll wheel
  • Supports Windows 7 task switching
  • 2 Energizer batteries included
  • Dimensions: 3.25L" x 2.25"W x 1.0" H
  • Weight: 6.72 oz
  • Color: Black
  • Limited 1 year warranty
Post Review
12/08/2012 12:25

I have this mouse, to user talking about a "reciever" being unlikely knocked out... I agree it's a part of your computer it's called wifi. Everything you need is in the mouse and in your laptop. No little peices to lose!

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