INA-67 USB optical 3-button Mouse with Scroll wheel
The INA-67 is a fully featured Optical mouse with a resolution of 800dpi, ideal for general office, education and business applications. Using a quality Optical sensor means the INA-67 can work with accuracy on almost all surfaces and gives accurate positioning, especially on high-resolution displays.
Coupled with a comfortable, ambidextrous design means it works on both left and right handed users, with a 3-button design, together with central Scroll Wheel means it’s fully compatible with applications such as Browsers and Word processing applications.
Ideal for mobile users and also smaller handed individuals, the INA-67 is fully Plug n’ Play via its USB interface and comes with a generous length USB cable with a robust design.
Features • Premium Optical tracking to 800 dpi (dots per inch)
• Works accurately on almost any surface
• 3-Button design with quiet central Scroll Wheel
• Comfortable Ambidextrous ¾ design
• Ideal for Business, Education and general gaming
• Plug n’ Play USB interface – driverless operation
• Generous length USB cable – reduces tangles
• Ideal for Windows™, MAC™ and Other O/S
• Retail box design enhances the user experience
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For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
Date Issued: 29th Jul 2009
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