Wireless Notebook mouse…

DSC04218c.jpgIt’s hard for me to do photo edits or design on the road with a trackpad so I’ve been looking for a small wireless optical 2 button + scroll mouse forever. This tiny mouse lasts for over 3 months and the wireless transmitter pops on to the back of the mouse for storage when you travel. I plugged it in to my Apple Cinema Display, Powerbook, PC laptops and it just worked, $34. I took some pictures here they are…

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9 thoughts on “Wireless Notebook mouse…

  1. I bought this mouse back in October. I use it about twice a week and just replaced the battery for the first time last week (one AA). The transceiver plugs into the usb port and works very well. I would like the transceiver to be smaller but it hasn

  2. Nice,

    I think belkin has one with an even smaller receiver. The receiver is like a small usb memory key and it is loaded inside the mouse when not in use. Like a shuttle bay..

    –Bill

  3. I have one question:

    Does it work while plugged in a USB hub (1.1 or 2.0) instead directly to the machine? If it does, it’s time for an upgrade.

    Thanks!

  4. That is an awesome mouse. I use it all the time, and the battery has last me over a year. Granted, I only use it every now and then. Mostly it travels to school with me in my backpack

  5. That is an awesome mouse. I use it all the time, and the battery has lasted me over a year. Granted, I only use it every now and then. Mostly it travels to school with me in my backpack

  6. That is an awesome mouse. I use it all the time, and the battery has lasted me over a year. Granted, I only use it every now and then. Mostly it travels to school with me in my backpack

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