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Yes i was able to programmed this mouse the way i see fit but under (windows) i didn't used it in linux os great product .
14 Oct 2014 by Meguellati Okki Chawki
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this mouse is 12.5 cm in length and 7cm in width.I hope this is helpful,I like this mouse 10/10
1 hour ago by paulhewitt
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1000, 2000, 4000, but to be honest a lot of games suffer with Directx lag anyway, so most accept up to around 1600 and a few newer ones up to around the 2500 mark. Its comfortable and cool as hell to use, deadly accurate in pretty much any game. No jitters either. Highly recommended. Its as good as the more expensive gaming mice and has a 1.5m cable so plenty of movement room. A one inch shift can go full screen, half screen, quarter screen depending on DPI setting. Check device mangaer for duplicated "Root Enumerator" installations, this has caused conflicts if you do flight sim with HOTAS and extras. Other than that it awesome value.
6 days ago by PCDATALINCS
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i use it with 2.0 and works perfectly
26 Aug 2014 by Kyle Turner
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The 2000 dpi wired model at least makes a firm loud click. If you wear headphones while gaming then you'll hardly hear it.
23 Jul 2014 by Clear Vision
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No. I've just received this, which I intended to use with my iMac, but the software is Windows only and I can't find any other software online, so no.
17 Jul 2014 by A. Hindle
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Hi, I was invited to respond but I bought the wireless version. My mouse has a graduated scroll action, kinda solid feeling action, ok for price but there're better out there. Getting some squeaks too, no pun intended.
22 Apr 2014 by Amazon Customer
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My Tecknet mouse came ready to use, all I needed to do was plug it in, so there should be no assembly required. Hope this helps.
17 Apr 2014 by Tarrow
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Yes, mouse buttons can be programmed to reflect any keyboard key or combination of keys and macro's using the software provided.
28 Mar 2014 by stephen weightman
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