ScanFX M67 Mouse 3 Button 7 Colours LED Backlit
High resolution optical tracking is ideal for both gaming as well as general business applications, for Windows, Mac, Linux and a whole lot more besides including the Raspberry PI. Integral, generous length USB cable comes as standard, as well as both left and right-hand usage, the sculptured mouse design helps reduce common hand ailments if used for an extended period of time.
3-button control and central scroll-wheel means you have full control of your computers' applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, browsers and of course your favourite games and leisure applications. Features- USB Connectivity- Optical Sensor- Generous Cable Length- Plug'n'Play, Driverless Installation- Resolution: HD 1000 dpi- Ideal for Most Surfaces- Superior Comfort Design- left or Tight Handed Operation- 3-Button- Accurate Scroll Wheel- Ideal for Window, Mac, Android and More Features USB plug and play
- Optical Sensor
- 1.2M Generous Cable Length
- Plug'n'Play, Driverless Installation
- Resolution: HD 1000 dpi
- Ideal for Most Surfaces
- Superior Comfort Design
- left or Tight Handed Operation
- 3-Button, Accurate Scroll Wheel
- Ideal for Windows, Mac, Android and More
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- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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Date Issued: 29th Jul 2009
Today's computer mice come in a variety of flavours, including mechanical, optical, laser and BlueTrack. This TekSpek explains what each variety has to offer.
Date Issued: 21st Oct 2008
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