TOPDIGI 3200B 2.4G Nano Cordless Blue Optical Mouse - 2.4 GHz -1600dPi - Nano USB wireless receiver - 2010 Edition - BLUE
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- Adopt the 2.4G frequency technology, working distance can reach to 8M-10M, 2.4G will give you a more comfortable, convenient and exact effect than the traditional FM radio wireless mouse
- USB Nano Receiver, stays in your PC, so there's no need to unplug it when you move around. DPI button to select favourite cursor speed, 800dpi/1600dpi,
- Auto Power Off (APO): the mouse will be switched off automatically when the USB Nano receiver is disconnected with your pc, or the PC is switched off
- Blue optical has been better performance than standard Red optical. Plug and play, no need to install driver, support Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista/7
- (Batteries not included)
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The Wireless Mouse offers plug-and-play simplicity in a portable design. Just plug the receiver into a USB port to get started - there's no software to install. It features a snap-on mini-receiver that attaches to the mouse to make packing up convenient; and a design that makes it easy to slip into a bag and take with you.
Top Customer Reviews
So a good idea to review your reviews from time to time then because the powers that be obviously aren't.
As mentioned in another review, the batteries are a pain to get out - at least one of those AAA batteries will require you to use something to pry them out. The two main buttons aren't level, resulting in one appearing higher than the other when viewed from the front. Perhaps the biggest flaw this mouse has is the tackiness of the scroll wheel - the individual clicks within the scroll don't feel rigid enough and it feels like the wheel will break off if used too much. It's just not very responsive - often you'd be scrolling through a web page, for example, and the page will go and down as the computer thinks the scroll wheel is telling it to. The wheel button feels really stiff too. Overall, this is a poorly built piece of hardware.
Despite the horrible flaws, there are some positives. The shape fits comfortably with the hand and the back/forward buttons are nicely placed to reduce thumb movement. The blue optical seems quite responsive, as long as you're using a suitable surface - this will require a bit of trial and error as people use different objects as mouse mats. The USB Nano Receiver feels nice and secure when plugged in and only sticks out by approximately 6mm. The receiver can also be stored in a slot within the battery compartment.
The term "You get what you pay for" springs to mind and I wish I'd been willing to spend just a few extra pounds if it meant getting a decent mouse. Don't make the same mistake.
Well what can I say, I ordered this it arrived very quick it was well packaged, but it failed to live up to my standards.
I'm sure I've reviewed this before.
Oh well... anyway the problem I had with this mouse was that when I pressed the forward button on the side to go forward a page on the Internet, it went backwards a page, and when I pressed the backwards button on the side to go back a page, it went forward a page.
Weird as no-one else seemed to have this problem. So I must have received a defective one.
But I have to be honest about how I feel the product was for me, that is why I only rate it one.
If it worked ok, I would have given it a 5*, as the design is nice, the feel is just right, and it has a great wireless range.
It's a lovely shape, I've never used such a comfortable mouse, your hand just sort of melts into it! It's completely smooth to use, with no glitches. It has buttons on the side (for back/forward on the internet, but can be programed to do lots of different things). The scroll wheel is also good, most cheap ones have very loose, wobbly ones but this mouse surprised me by being very smooth.
The tiny, tiny USB wireless receiver is hidden in the battery compartment on the bottom, and the DPI button (for changing the speed that the pointer moves when you move the mouse) is the easy-to-see button on top of the mouse, behind the left-click button. It's level with the mouse so you don't feel the button while you are using the mouse.
All in all, for a cheap wireless mouse, it's excellent value for money, and an excellent purchase.
Worked well ( apart from its tendency to jump web pages) BUT the biggest problem is that I am still on the same set of batteries in my Amazon mouse and she has to take out a mortgage to keep this power hungry beast fed.
Use every technique to minimise power consumption ( turning of when not i use is there still a battery drain??)
Summary - reasonably cheap - works - but at what a cost of keeping it powered up.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
it dose the job, besides it's wireless so less hassle for movement. the only problem i have is the size. it could be better if it was a small size mouse as too big for kids to usePublished on 31 July 2013 by Ebou Drammeh
Poor quality, one drop on the floor and it was gone! Before that, it was OK. Would not reccomend if kids are in the house.Published on 2 Feb. 2013 by maria savill
Very pleased with this mouse, very easy to use as long as you switch it on. Looks good and does the job.Published on 25 Jan. 2013 by P. Braden
this product is absoloute bull plop, cant work on wood, glass table top, only a bluddy mouse mat! i dont wanna carry a mat everywhere!Published on 9 Nov. 2012 by Jack Hargrave
Great product, very user friendly in design shape and layout of buttons, also good idea to store the Bluetooth adaptor inside the mouse for travelling. Read morePublished on 19 Oct. 2012 by Richie
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No problems with this product. It has an on/off switch which saves the battery life and the usb plug-in is so discret it can be left in at all times.Published on 25 Aug. 2012 by Nescafe
Really good mouse I have had this for 6 months now and never had a problem. Rechargeable batteries last for ages.Published on 19 Aug. 2012 by K.M