Xclio 7 Colour USB Wired LED Optical Mouse 1200dpi CP78
Xclio CP78 USB Wired Optical Mouse, 7 LED Colours, 1200dpi, USB, 3 Buttons, Windows/Linux, Black
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Introducing the CP78 wired optical mouse from Xclio. A great entry level Gaming mouse, It features 7 colours of glowing LED light, and runs at 1200 dpi, giving you the style and performance you need.
• Tracking Method: Optical.
• Number of Buttons: 3.
• Maximum DPI: 1200.
• Connectivity: Wired, USB.
• Type: Standard Mouse.
• Features: LED Lighting.
|Ideal Game Genres|
|No. of Buttons||3|
|Features & Functions||Scroll Wheel|
|LED Lighting Colour||Multi Colour|
|Compatible Operating Systems||
|Dimensions||117 x 37 x 37 mm (WxHxD)|
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- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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