Targus Wi-Fi Laser Mouse (AMW58US)
Released September, 2011
The Pros:A pair of regular batteries will last a whole year before you need to change them. Doesn't need Bluetooth, making it compatible with a wider range of devices. Very comfortable to rest your hand on, nice ergonomics.
The Cons:Response isn't quite fast enough for gaming purposes.
Wi-Fi Laser Mouse (AMW58US) is part of Targus's new line of laser mice made in tandem with Ozmo's popular Wi-Fi PAN (Personal Area Network) technology, using their OZMO2000 chip which was the industry's first solution to connecting peripheral devices to a laptop's Wi-Fi receiver.
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The mouse is compact enough to be used with a laptop and connects directly to your computers Wi-Fi network for wireless plug and play operation. Four-way scroll wheel has been added to enhance functionality over the standard vertical scroll wheel, and the mouse supports Windows 7 task switching with one button press. Two Energizer batteries have also been included which should last 12 months with regular use. This new generation of mobile Wi-Fi device does not use Bluetooth, but rather connects to the even more widely used and implemented Wi-Fi technology found in most modern computers.
- Windows 7 compatible only
- 4-way scroll wheel
- Supports Windows 7 task switching
- 2 Energizer batteries included
- Dimensions: 3.25L" x 2.25"W x 1.0" H
- Weight: 6.72 oz
- Color: Black
- Limited 1 year warranty
User Reviews (2)
a pair of regular batteries will last a whole year before you need to change them
doesn't need Bluetooth, making it compatible with a wider range of devices
very comfortable to rest your hand on, nice ergonomics
scroll wheel has a smooth action, good response
better accuracy than the typical optical mouse, works on a variety of surfaces
receiver is very tiny, not likely to get knocked out by accident, can just leave it in there when you pack up the laptop
works well with default Windows drivers, tends not to need separate driver installation
response isn't quite fast enough for gaming purposes
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