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Saturday, May 23, 2015

TeckNet® M002 2.4G Nano Cordless Optical

TeckNet® M002 2.4G Nano Cordless Optical Mouse - 18 Month Battery Life - Battery Level Indicator - 2.4 GHz -3 Adjustable DPI Levels: 2000/1500/1000dPi - Nano USB wireless receiver - Purple

I was a bit nervous regarding quality at this price.  The mouse has surpassed all my expectations.   I got it as a spare and have since retired my Microsoft wireless mouse for use as the spare and I use this mouse full time.  The scroll  wheel works a great deal better than the one on the Microsoft mouse.  For some reason that scroll wheel would periodically go wonky and dart all over the place.  I have used this for about a month and the  only negative I have discovered is the diminutive size of the USB receiver.   I like the smaller size (about 1/4 the size of my previous mouse) but as small as it is, I still have to remove it from the laptop when I am bagging up my computer.  It is so small, I am concerned I might lose it.   The previous mouse had a slot on the bottom that held the USB receiver when the mouse was not in use.   That would be a good addition for this otherwise exceptional mouse. 

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