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Kensington PilotMouse Laser Wireless Mini


$40.00 Released October, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Works very well on pretty much any surface. Excellent warranty coverage - 5 years. Comfortable to use for lefties and righties.

The Cons:Scroll wheel is obnoxiously loud, making it a bad choice for use in meetings and the library. Questionable build quality - rubber pad is likely to peel away from the mouse after a while. USB receiver is pretty bulky compared to newer nano receivers.

The Kensington PilotMouse Laser Wireless Mini is a mid-range wireless laser mouse compatible with both Mac and Windows systems. The mouse is intended to be used as a portable, or travel, device instead of a permanent fixture at a home desktop system.

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It has a slim, lightweight design to maintain its portability but still includes high performance features like laser motion tracking for higher accuracy and smoother response times than optical or roller ball mice. A USB receiver is used to connect the mouse with computer systems and slots into the mouse and powers it down automatically when not being used to save on battery power.

Specifications and Features

  • dimensions: 3.5" x 2.25" x 0.5"
  • battery life: 12 months
  • left or right-hand use
  • laser tracking motion sensor
  • three programmable
  • connects via USB port
  • 2.4 Ghz wireless connection
  • 30 foot sensor range
  • five year warranty

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Pros
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    Works very well on pretty much any surface.

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    Excellent warranty coverage - 5 years.

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    Comfortable to use for lefties and righties.

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    Battery life is at least as good as advertised.

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    Good size - not uncomfortably tiny like some portable mice nor obnoxiously large like some desktop mice.

Cons
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    Scroll wheel is obnoxiously loud, making it a bad choice for use in meetings and the library.

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    Questionable build quality - rubber pad is likely to peel away from the mouse after a while.

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    USB receiver is pretty bulky compared to newer nano receivers.

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