Wireless Optical 2.4Ghz Mouse with Nano Adapter from Dynamode
The new M362W breaks new ground in value by offering a discrete, nano style 2.4GHz driver-free USB adapter that simply plugs into any vacant USB port and instantly connects to the supplied mouse, at extended wireless range, too.
Compact in design, the mouse can be used by both left or right handed users, and comes with an onboard, instant optical DPI selector for 600/1200 or 1600DPI optical tracking, ideal from business applications including the latest games.
Comfortable, natural control with less strain during extended use courtesy of its sculptured design together with 3-button input and standard scroll-wheel means it works with almost any application, on any platform whenever you want. Features • Optical, Wireless 3-Button Driverless Mouse
• Supplied with 2.4GHz wireless nano USB adapter
• High-resolution, selectable 600/1200/1600 DPI
• Clutter-free, wireless transmission up to 10 metres approx
• Sculptured design, with 3-button and integral scroll-wheel
• Plug n’ play, no drivers needed for all popular OS
• Ideal for Windows(tm), Mac OS X (tm), Linux(tm)
• Ideal for Raspberry PI(tm), Android (tm)
• Quality blister packaging as standard
|No. of Buttons||3|
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|DPI Adjustment||Selectable DPI|
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Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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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Date Issued: 21st Oct 2008
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