Logitech B100 Black Optical USB Mouse 3 Button with Scroll Wheel
Logitech B100 Black Optical USB Mouse, 3 buttons, USB connectivity, Optical tracking, 800 dpi
By DPD On 23rd May 2018
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Left-handed or right, you can work comfortably all day long with this ambidextrous mouse.
You’re in control with smooth, responsive optical tracking that moves the cursor just where you want it.
Ready in no time
This plug-and-play mouse is simple to set up—you just plug it in to your USB and get back to business.
Features Comfortable, ambidextrous design
The comfortable, lower-profile shape feels good in either hand—even after a long day of work.
800 dpi optical precision
You’ll enjoy smooth, precise cursor control that lets you edit documents and navigate the Web more efficiently.
It works right out of the box—you just plug it into your USB port and you’re ready for business.
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