Xebec Tech M-touch Sensor Surface Wireless Mouse
It has a high speed wireless 2.4Ghz wireless connection which allows a reliable wireless connection of up to six metres without any interference. The wireless technology works on radio frequency and has no adverse health effects.
Built into the M-touch Mouse is smart and dynamic multi-touch technology that allows you to use multiple new gestures on your mouse surface to interact with the work on your screen.
The multi-touch technology on the mouse allows you to scroll vertically and horizontally a long your work page with the use of one finger and move forwards and backwards in windows using a simple two finger swipe motion on the surface of the mouse.
The mouse is plug and play, just plug in the nano receiver to the USB port of your computer and you're good to go. Features Left click function
Click and double-click by tapping anywhere on the left side of the multi-touch mouse surface
Right click function
Click by tapping anywhere on the right side of the multi touch mouse surface
Horizontal scroll function
A single finger moving horizontally across the surface will scroll a window left or right
Vertical scroll function
A single finger moving vertically a long the surface will scroll a window up or down.
Screen zoom function
Hold down the control key on your keyboard and scroll with one finger on the multi-touch surface to enlarge items on your screen.
Two-finger horizontal swipe function
Use two fingers to swipe left and right a long the multi-touch surface to go forwards and backwards through windows that you've recently viewed.
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