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QMOUSE - USB Wired Mouse | Simple 3 Button Design

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WORKPLACE ESSENTIAL: The QMOUSE is a corded mouse that is an essential accessory to improve your productivity. With a simple 3 button layout and a scroll wheel, you will be able to conquer your workload with ease.

Improve your workflow: Using your laptop's touchpad can really hinder your productivity. That's where our mac bluetooth mouse comes in. It is a simple solution to enhance your workflow.


Nimble and quiet as a mouse: Our bluetooth computer mouse Is equipped with silent silicone membrane buttons that reduced 90% of click noise and a DPI switch (800/1200/1600) so you can point and click with ease.


Use more, less charge:
Equipped with a 300mAh internal battery and a On/Off switch, our rechargeable bluetooth mouse cordless eliminates the need for batteries. Charging cable included.

What's included: At Macally, your satisfaction is valued tremendously. With your purchase of our bluetooth cordless mouse for Mac, PC, iOS, and Android we also include LIFETIME SUPPORT, hassle-free returns, and up to 2 years of warranty.

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Frequently Asked Questions

• Mac, Apple, & MacOS etc.
• Connect Windows PC (WINDOWS 7/8/10/11) etc.
• USB-A Input

• Dimensions: 4.30 x 7.00 x 1.30 inches
• Weight: 0.29 lbs
• Interface: USB-A
• Cable Length: 5ft
• Sensor resolution: 1200

PACKAGE CONTENTS:
Package content: Wired mouse, and user guide

Does the scroll wheel function as a middle button? Is it as quiet as the left/right buttons?
Yes, the scroll wheel does function as a middle button. However, there is no quiet membrane under the scroll wheel.

Will this work with Dell desktop PC?
Yes, any windows bluetooth device.

Does this mouse lag or skip at all? I am so so sick of my wireless mouse not moving around smoothly. I have tried many different surfaces?
No, it doesn't. It's very smooth and responsive.

Are the fingers at rest enough to click the mouse or is there some force needed?
It doesn't take much force to click the mouse. I'd say it's a very light touch.