Kensington Ci60 Wireless Optical Mouse
Released September, 2004
The Pros:Comfortable rubber grip that makes it easy to handle. Priced affordably making it accessible for anyone. Runs on standard AA batteries.
The Cons:Transmitter is oversized and catches on things easily. Doesn't have an on/off switch and will drain batteries when not in use. Need to make sure drivers are 100% up to date or you can get some jittery movement.
The Kensington Ci60 Wireless Optical Mouse is an inexpensive mouse intended for use with desktop computers and laptops. The mouse is battery powered and connects with computers via an included wireless receiver which plugs into systems with a USB port.
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Additionally, the mouse utilizes DiamondEye optical technology as a sensor for movement over surfaces for higher accuracy and more reliable performance than a traditional roller ball. The mouse also includes five customizable buttons that can be programmed to do specific functions or quickly launch programs.
Specifications and Features
- dimensions: 230 x 156 x 83 cm
- weight: 454 g
- right-hand optimized
- rubber grips built into the mouse
- QuickRF wireless technology
- DiamondEye optical technology
- connects via USB port
- five customizable buttons
- five year warranty
User Reviews (1)
comfortable rubber grip that makes it easy to handle
priced affordably making it accessible for anyone
runs on standard AA batteries
transmitter is oversized and catches on things easily
doesn't have an on/off switch and will drain batteries when not in use
need to make sure drivers are 100% up to date or you can get some jittery movement
takes a long time for the mouse to be found by the USB driver
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