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                                           Wireless Mouse Tips



Wireless Mouse Tips

If your wireless mouse starts acting slower then normal or
does not track smoothly across the screen, there are a few
things you can check to make sure of optimal performance.
Make sure the batteries are charged or fresh. Also, make sure
that the receiver, which is connected to the computer, is not
blocked in some fashion. Finally, make sure that you are
within the range given by the manufacturer for the wireless keyboard.

Choosing a Wireless Mouse:
If you are right handed, the Logitech cordless mouse may be the
right choice for you. While the Belkin is designed to be versatile,
the Logitech is ergonomically designed for your right hand.
The Logitech also brings these features to the table:
4 button and tilt wheel built in to the ergonomically
designed unit
Functions on 2 AA batteries or use of the desktop
Cordless USB mini receiver included (and USB to
PS/2 adapter)

How a Wireless Mouse Works
Wireless mice come with a receiver station which plugs into
your computer via a USB or PS/2 connection.
The wireless mouse will then send a signal to the receiver.
The mouse will need to be recharged, and will require the
use of batteries or a recharging station.

Benefits of a wireless mouse
Using a wireless mouse for your computer is a great
way to reduce clutter and wires around your computer.
You also won't need to worry about where you put your
computer tower and if your mouse cord is long enough.
The range is excellent and it is one less wire to worry about!

Optical and Laser Cordless Mouse
Both optical and laser wireless mice operate on light
technology as opposed to the old standard mouse wheel.
The laser mouse is the latest technology, and light defuses better,
making the mouse movements smoother and easier to use
on non traditional surfaces. With both optical and laser
wireless mice, you do not need to use a mouse pad.

Choosing a Wireless Mouse:
Belkin is a great manufacturer of wireless products.
The Belkin wireless mouse comes with several terrific
features to consider:
Versatile and can be used by left or right handed users
Operates at a range of approx 6 feet - great for use in
conference rooms
The mouse is rechargeable (YDB-F8E845)
Four customizable buttons, and scroll wheel.
Mouse runs on 2 AA batteries.














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