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White Emprex 800dpi USB Optical Mouse

Emprex M810PU Optical Mouse, USB, 800dpi, 3 Buttons, Scroll Wheel, White, with ambidextrous design

Emprex
Scan code: LN61895 Manufacturer code: M810PU/W Request call
£1.99
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Product Overview The Emprex M810PU Optical mouse is a 800dpi, ambidextrous white mouse, perfectly designed for home or office use. Features • 800dpi resolution Optical mouse.
• Symmetrical design fits comfortably in either hand.
Specifications
Specifications
Type Optical
Mouse Model M810PU
Sensor  
Resolution 800 dpi
Report Rate  
No. of Buttons 3
Features & Functions Scroll Button
DPI Adjustment  
Weight System  
Connectivity USB
Wired/Wireless Wired
Rechargeable Mouse No
Onboard Memory No
Back-Lit No
Backlight Functions  
LED Lighting Colour  
Compatible Operating Systems  
Cable Length  
Cable Material  
Colour White
Dimensions  
Weight  
Package Type  
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
SCAN
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White Emprex 800dpi USB Optical Mouse
White Emprex 800dpi USB Optical Mouse