Kensington SlimBlade Bluetooth Presenter Mouse
Released February, 2009
The Pros:Works with or without the supplied software in Windows 7. Thin enough that it can fit in a smaller laptop bag. Micro USB transceiver doesn't stick out so it won't snag on anything.
The Cons:Plastic is so smooth that it doesn't give you much of a grip. Scroll wheel is very smooth, making it harder than necessary to scroll.
Kensington's SlimBlade Bluetooth Presenter Mouse has a small and slim form factor, ideal for portability. The mouse uses Bluetooth (only) to connect to a computer, and thus does not require any cords and leaves USB ports open.
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It has a specific "presentation mode" that changes the button functions to advance or retreat in slideshows, and allows for quick scrolling through slides. This mouse is compatible with PC and Mac computers and gets about 3 months of battery life per set of AAA batteries. Also includes a side LED battery life indicator.
- Compact form factor
- Bluetooth wireless connectivity
- 2x AAA batteries required
- Presentation mode
- Battery indicator
- PC/Mac compatible
- Portably, intended for laptop use
- Laser optical tracking
- Sleep mode synchronizes with computer's sleep mode
User Reviews (2)
works with or without the supplied software in Windows 7
thin enough that it can fit in a smaller laptop bag
micro USB transceiver doesn't stick out so it won't snag on anything
can store the transceiver inside the mouse itself, keeps everything organized
has a great range, works well 25 feet away from your computer
plastic is so smooth that it doesn't give you much of a grip
scroll wheel is very smooth, making it harder than necessary to scroll
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