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Hi. Mine does the same so perhaps it's normal. Having said that I have no problems with the DPI which works perfectly.
By Cynthia Obrien on 01 March 2015
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It says, "Windows, Linux" under the Technical details. Click on the words, "See more product details".
By Marysia Kurowski on 26 January 2016
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The big red button in the middle is the dpi button (or should be from what I can see from the pictures), press it to select a lower dpi. The mouse has 3 settings 2000/1500/1000 respectively, the higher the dpi the more sensitive the mouse is to movement . Hope this helps.
By Edward L. on 25 July 2014
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yes its does work great
By maureen atkinson on 14 January 2015
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Hi Josie, mine works fine. Is the switch definitely set to ON at the bottom of the mouse? Have you tried the small usb in a different port on your PC or MAC? Try also changing the battery on the mouse, these might be stupid suggestions and you may have already tried them so please forgive me if you have. Is there a sma… see more Hi Josie, mine works fine. Is the switch definitely set to ON at the bottom of the mouse? Have you tried the small usb in a different port on your PC or MAC? Try also changing the battery on the mouse, these might be stupid suggestions and you may have already tried them so please forgive me if you have. Is there a small stamp on the bottom of the mouse that says QC passed? If mine intermittently drops a connection which due to the nature of wireless is expected I right click the mouse briefly to activate it again. see less
By Scott Anderson on 09 August 2016
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Yes, I'd say so. You don't need to have your fingers close to the front of the mouse to use the click function. Just tested and it works even at the mid-point. Hope this helps.
By Tippe on 08 February 2016
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Sorry can't assist, my hands are small, however I believe there is one that is bigger, this one is for a laptop so it is smaller. Trust this assists. MJN
By MJN on 22 February 2016
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Yes it can
By love to shop on 16 April 2016
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No even though the frequencies are the same. it wont work on blue tooth on my PC either.The wireless mouse does not have a blue tooth adaptor that codes the output so that a blue tooth receiver can understand it.
By johnno on 13 March 2015