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My switch came broken and this means I can't turn it off and mine still lasts a lot longer than a few days
23 Mar 2014 by Sajjan Cavet
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The scroll wheel has a slight tick when you turn the wheel. Hope this helps. The action of the curcer Seems very smooth across the screen to me. Apparently the settings can be adjusted for gamers the factory setting is 1000dpi which I haven't changed. But you can change it to 1500dpi or 2000dpi. I use it for cad drawing and it is fine for me. For £10 it's very good for the money. I would purchase another one any day.
12 Apr 2014 by Mr. Malcolm Poole
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Unfortunately not. However, if you do only have the single USB port I would seriously consider looking into a USB hub. They are dirt cheap for the basics but also you can get some really good novelty ones that could brighten up your desktop eg. http://goo.gl/e4O8Gu or http://goo.gl/OB6CoA or http://goo.gl/bLkzVa Nice looking cheap bluetooth mouse http://goo.gl/Jnc7Hw
26 Jul 2014 by Martin Edwards
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It comes packaged in a box as the one seen on the product page last image. The box contains the mouse and a user manual.
9 Jul 2014 by alexoanea
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They move screen backwards or forwards (the same as the back and forward arrows that appear in top left hand corner of screen, problem is I wouldn't mind the buttons if you could switch the on and off but you cant they are one all the time and its very easy to keep activating them with my thumb. I hope this answers your question - Jim
8 May 2014 by Jim
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I'm using it with a Mac. Works perfectly and the acceleration setting is perfect. However, you need to map the extra buttons with something like SteerMouse or a free alternative as there is no driver for OS X.
22 days ago by Johan Broman
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Checklist ... 1. Have you removed the USB "tab" that is "parked inside the battery cover ? Take it out and insert it into your laptop/pc USB port. 2. Have you put a good battery in the mouse ? 3. Have you moved the little slider switch underneath the mouse from Off to On ? 4. The mouse should flash its light by the thumbwheel when you move its switch to On On my laptop, inserting the usb tab into the usb port elicits a "bong" tone from my laptop. Try it when the sound on your laptop is not muted/quiet ? The mouse does go to sleep if you don't use it for a few minutes (to save the battery life) - to wake it up move the thumbwheel On windows 8 (if you're not on Windows 8 the following may not apply):- "Control Panel" -> "Hardware and Sound" -> "Devices and Printers" -> shows a device called "2.4G Keyboard Mouse" and I click on that icon and see "USB Composite Device Properties" .... if you can't see this I don't think your laptop sees the mouse, and I can't assist more Best wishes. T
27 days ago by tony.searle
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There is both a mechanical and an audible component to the mouse click which for me is just right. It's on a par with a Logitech mouse it replaces.
16 Nov 2014 by ccf
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I didn't like it
11 Oct 2014 by Hazel Levett
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