Kensington Ci70LE Wireless Mouse
Released June, 2007
The Pros:Feels solidly constructed, doesn't creak or flex in your hand. Excellent grip around the edge with a rubber trim, doesn't slip. Reasonably large size, comfortable to hold for larger hands.
The Cons:Low profile design doesn't fit the natural curve of your hand. Scroll wheel is very small, difficult to work with. Difficult to use on certain surfaces.
The Ci70LE Wireless Mouse is a Windows and Mac compatible mouse from Kensington. The mouse is wireless and, instead of drawing power through a wire connected to a computer, uses batteries as a power source.
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A USB receiver is used to connect the mouse and the system, and mouse movement and input is relay to the receiver and communicated to the computer. This wireless system frees the user from wires and offers more flexibility and freedom with usage. Additionally, the mouse utilizes an optical sensor instead of a traditional roller ball for higher accuracy, and smoother, more reliable movement. The mouse has a very slim design and is available in red.
Specifications and Features
- dimensions: 4.5" x 2.5" x 0.75"
- weight: 0.25 lbs
- battery life: 6 months
- left or right-hand usable
- slim, lightweight design
- performance optical sensor
- automatic sleep/standby mode
- battery life meter included on mouse
- connects via USB port
- five year warranty
User Reviews (1)
feels solidly constructed, doesn't creak or flex in your hand
excellent grip around the edge with a rubber trim, doesn't slip
reasonably large size, comfortable to hold for larger hands
slim design keeps the mouse easy to pack in a laptop case
low profile design doesn't fit the natural curve of your hand
scroll wheel is very small, difficult to work with
difficult to use on certain surfaces
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