Xclio Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse 2.4Ghz 1600dpi USB Black
Xclio W400 Wireless Optical Gaming 5 Button Mouse 2.4Ghz 1600dpi Black
By DPD On 16th Oct 2019
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Your Nano USB receiver is so small that it can safely stay inserted in the laptop even when it's being transported - thus, your mouse is always ready to use.
Works with a precise infrared sensor and, therefore, saves a lot of energy. In combination with the on/off button, it guarantees an extraordinarily long battery life. Mac or Microsoft plug and play no problem, side buttons, and variable dpi button. Features • Variable up to 1600dpi.
• Wireless 2.4GHz.
2x AAA Batteries (Not Included)
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|No. of Buttons||5|
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|LED Lighting Colour|
|Compatible Operating Systems||Windows 10|
|Cable Length||1.8M m|
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- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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