Plug & Play: Wireless mouse comes with a tiny USB Nano receiver (stored within the back of the mouse), plug it into your PC, and then forget it. With 5 adjustable DPI levels (2600-2000-1600-1200-800), you can freely choose your cursor speed.
2.4GHz Computer Mouse: Ensures reliable connection with an increased working distance of up to 15m (50ft) and eliminates delays, dropouts, and interference. An ergonomic mouse with a contoured shape and soft rubber grip ensure all-day comfort.
TECKNET Tru-Wave Technology: Wireless gaming mouse provides precise, intelligent cursor control over many surface types. TECKNET Co-Link technology – no need to re-establish pairing if a signal is lost or shut down.
Hassle-free Design: Wireless mouse for laptop has a smart auto-sleep mode to save power, and up to 24 months of battery life with a battery level indicator. (battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions).
Broad Compatibility: the USB mouse is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Mac OS (Side buttons are not available), and Linux. Works with Notebook, Chromebook, PC, Laptop, Computer, and more. (batteries are NOT included)
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