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Microsoft Optical Mouse 200 for Business Black USB

Microsoft Optical Mouse 200 Black For Business USB 3 Button with Scroll Wheel 1000dpi

Scan code: LN43303 Manufacturer code: 35H-00002 Request call
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Mid Range
Product Overview Get started with a mouse that plugs right in. You can quickly get to that spreadsheet you need and scroll through it with precision. And the mouse is so easy to use and comfortable that it feels like part of your hand.

Quick and Precise Navigation
Scroll wheel and Microsoft Optical Technology let you move quickly and accurately through documents.
Easy to Set Up and Use
No software to install, no feature setup required.
Comfort for Right or Left Hand
Get a grip with a comfortable design created for either hand.
1000 dpi
High-performance 1000 dpi optical sensor delivers greater accuracy and control.
Easy to Order and Deploy
Everything the Customer needs in one easy to open, easy to deploy package. The 5-Pack includes 5 sets of user documentation with 5 CDs (if software is required)
Reduce costs with volume pricing.
Reduced waste, environmentally friendly
Two-Year Warranty Features • Quick and Precise Navigation.
• Easy to Set Up and Use.
• Comfort for Right or Left Hand.
• High-performance 1000 dpi optical sensor.

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

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12 months
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
0800 587 1102
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