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  • It works for both right-handed and left-handed people and in my opinion
  • The best part is that it comes with a three year warranty
  • Personally, I think that the mouse LED light looks pretty cool beside my laptop

    • by Kyle McMacken
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      I use this mouse in combination with my HP dv2000 notebook; and it’s wonderful. It has so many options for such a small device. The first thing you see about this mouse is the small size of it; it’s less than half the size of a regular mouse, and fits inside any small palm.

      It has a quick scrolling wheel which has the ability to scroll four ways, and even gives magnification possibilities. Also, there


      are two buttons which are located on either side of the mouse.

      These can be programmed to get quick access to media, programs, or different files which you use most often. The mouse has “high-definition” optical technology which enables it to pick up the slightest of movements.

      It works for both right-handed and left-handed people and in my opinion; it feels much better for long-time use than regular PC mice. The best part is that ...


      • it comes with a three year warranty; which you may need since the wire connection at the front of the mouse may come loose with heavy duty use.

        Personally, I think that the mouse LED light looks pretty cool beside my laptop; only because the colours are the exact same. It’s even able to fit inside my brand new laptop case, which is more like a laptop sleeve than a bag.

        This mouse has saved

        my finger from over using the touchpad; and has definitely saved me lots of time just from being able to move the mouse around faster than the touchpad. If you are thinking of buying a laptop mouse, buy a wired mouse; not a wireless.

        Final thoughts; this mouse sells for $25, and on sale sometimes goes down to $15 + tax. Buy this if you cannot afford the $179.

        99 wireless super duper 27 feature notebook gaming mouse.




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    MichAEL MULDOWNEY says :

    HOW DO YOU USE YOUR TOUCH PAD ON A LAPTOP WHEN YOU HAVE A WIRED MOUSE ATTACHED TO IT THAT WHEN YOU TAKE IT OUT YOU CAN NOT USE YOUR TOUCH PAD ANYMORE

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    Jules Li says :

    It may have disabled your touchpad. Before disconnecting the mouse open your device manager. You can do so by click on start and type device manager in the search box. Click the plus sign next to mice and pointing devices. Right click on your touchpad and click on enable. This should do the trick. If not re-boot your computer as well.

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    Galega says :

    Touch pad has absolutely nothing to do with your mouse. You can continue to use it while your wired or wireless mouse is connected. There won’t be any problem. If you unplug your mouse, you can continue using touch pad, like before. Now, if your touch pad is not working, then just check whether it has been disabled or not. Enable it and your touch pad will start working.

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