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RFQMOUSE Series - USB Wireless Mouse for Laptop, Desktop, Computer Mouse

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THE PERFECT FIT FOR YOUR PALM - This cordless mouse provides an ergonomic and ambidextrous design that specializes in a higher arch for maximum comfort

3 BUTTON MOUSE | BASIC ESSENTIALS: The is the perfect sidekick as a wired mac mouse or PC mouse ( i.e., 3 buttons basics: the right and left click, and a precise scroll wheel ).

PRECISE & ACCURATE CURSOR CONTROL: The fast wireless mouse is rated at 1200 DPI, which allows for precise, quick, and smooth cursor movement with pinpoint accuracy.

STRONG WIRELESS CONNECTION: The RF wireless mouse dongle receiver has 2 advantages: 1) A better responsive rate vs Bluetooth and Wi-Fi mice; 2) Battery longevity ( 4 months per average usage of 8 hours a day ).

PLUG & PLAY / BROAD COMPATIBILITY: No drivers or software are needed; just make sure you have an available USB-A port and your operating system is running: Mac OS X 10.1 and later; or, Microsoft Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10.

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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: RF USB-A Dongle
• Wireless Length: 30ft
• Sensor resolution: 1200

PACKAGE CONTENTS:
Package content: Wireless mouse, RF Dongle, 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

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.