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Daffodil WMS320 - Wireless Mouse - 5 Button Scrollwheel Mouse for Windows / Mac / Linux
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- Nano Receiver - Small enough to be left plugged in during transport
- 2.4GHz Radio Frequency Connection - Reliable operation from up to 10m
- 1600dpi Optical Sensor - Works on any non transparent surface
- Adjustable DPI - On the go adjustment of cursor sensitivity for precise control
- Ergonomic 5 Button Design - Comfortable use for right handed operators
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Colour Name: Blue
Plug and Play
Easy to set up, the WMS320 just requires plugging into a USB socket and in a few moments will be good to go.
Ergonomic Symmetrical Design
Suitable for use by both right handed and left handed people. The simple five button design and scroll wheel allows for quick navigation whatever you're doing.
Includes a nano receiver, adjustable 1600dpi optical sensor and 2.4GHz radio frequency connection which allows a reliable connection up to 10m away. Compatible with Windows 98 / ME / NT / 2000 / XP / VISTA / 7 / 8 / 10.
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Top Customer Reviews
The product itself is well designed and very good value. The scroll wheel is much more precise in response than the one on the wired mouse attached to my desktop machine. The nano USB receiver is sufficiently small to be completely unobtrusive, and I find the page back / page forward buttons more convenient than having to go to the arrows at the top left of the browser. As I am ambidextrous, I have no problems at all with the layout of the mouse controls.
As for the battery life, which I have noticed that other reviews make comment upon, I would state that the original supplied batteries did not last very long. However, I then replaced these with Lloytron rechargeable batteries, which have already lasted more than twice as long as the originals, and are still going strong. I make a habit of switching off the mouse each time I finish using it.
My overall opinion, considering all the factors I have mentioned, is that this is a very good product.
The nano mouse is a good product. The wireless receiver is tiny and can be left in the usb socket when not in use, and the mouse itself is a good size and shape and very lightweight.
I'm not so sure about the 3 month battery life claim. The ones that were supplied ran out after about 5 hours use over the course of a few days. Having said which I wasn't switching the mouse off with the on/off button on the under side, assuming that as the light went out when the laptop was switched off this automatically shut the mouse down - there are no instructions telling you what to do, so I would definitely recommend using the OFF switch.
My only other gripe has to be the webpage back and forward buttons - as I said at the beginning of the review, I'm left-handed. These buttons are located on the left hand side of the mouse and positioned for right-handed people to use - IE, you would activate them with your thumb. Lefties should be aware that the buttons are very sensitive and the way we hold a mouse means it's all too easy to find yourself flicking back through webpages when you don't mean to. It's taking a bit of practice, but I am starting to get used to it. I just wish there was an option for having those buttons deactivated when not required.
All in all though I would say this is a good buy. It seems as sturdy and robust as more expensive mice and the right-handed members of my family have had fewer problems than me getting used to the webpage buttons. Worth buying.
I contacted digital daffodil they would send me another and would try it before sending it arrived next day (impressed)but still same problems. Contacted seller again who said return it.
I decided to consult the web to see if anyone else had had the same problem.
I found on a forum an answer, tried it and hey pristo it worked.
The contributor said after connecting go into device manager and under 'human interface' it would show 'unknown device' with a yellow sign with a black '!' click on this and it show 'HD-compliant'. Load drivers from this screen.
The moral is that it starts off being a human interface device not a mouse! but when drivers are loaded it will be found in 'mice and pointing device'
Finally I can recommend product it is easy and comfortable to use. I found Digital Daffodil very helpful but did not give me the complete answer. I sugest they might insert instructions which help themselves.
I turned the computer off - swore at it a few times and told it if it didn't work it was going to be going down permanently (aka...thrown in the skip and jumped up and down on)...and when I turned it back on, the Mouse was working perfectly.
I can't do I.T. me. So if it works well - as it does - it's nothing to do with me, but has a lot to do with being a good, well made little product.
I prefer the size - that's why I went for the smaller mouse. (Small hands!) it also had the multiple side buttons - another plus!
But it's definitely not something that stayed on my table for regular use. It's tucked away for back up in case my OLD mouse (Without the side buttons) fails! In the mean-time I will keep on searching for a better mouse. This one will be chalked up to a learning experience.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent quality, extremely fast delivery and amazing value for money.Published 1 month ago by Lawson
Very easy to set up and is working well. Even sent a V.A.T. receipt without being asked! Many thanks. Thinking about buying another for my laptop!Published 1 month ago by Janet