HP LB425AA - Ratón (RF inalámbrico, Laser, oficina, 2.4 GHz, USB, baterías)
Descripción del producto
Botones de ratón programables: Si
Cantidad de botones: 5
Dimensiones del ratón (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 115 x 39 x 65 mm
Direcciones de desplazamiento: Vertical/Horizontal
Factor de forma: ambidextro
Frecuencia de banda: 2.4 GHz
Fuente de energía: baterías
Indicadores LED: Si
Interfaz de receptor inalámbrico: USB
Interfaz del dispositivo: RF inalámbrico
Manual de usuario: Si
Numero de baterías soportadas: 2
Número de productos incluidos: 1 piezas
Número de ruedas de desplazamiento: 1
Peso del ratón: 90 g
Pilas incluidas: Si
Receptor incluido: Si
Resolución de movimiento: 1750 DPI
Rueda de desplazamiento: Si
Tecnología de conectividad: Inalámbrico
Tecnología de detección de movimientos: Laser
Tipo de batería: AA
Tipo de desplazamiento: Rueda
Uso recomendado: Portátil
Utilizar con: oficina
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The adjustable resolution is good, but a bit awkward. You have to push both primary buttons and the wheel button simultaneously, and the LED inside the wheel flashes to inform you of the setting. Which seems funky to me, since your finger will be on the button when it flashes. Why not the side buttons? Who knows? Oh, well ...
So far the one thing that REALLY ANNOYS me is the range. If the dongle isn't within two feet of the mouse, the mouse hops, skips, jumps, freezes, and does just about everything you DON'T want a mouse to do. So, if you're planning on using this on a desktop (as I am), plan on getting a USB extension cable, too. The odd thing about the range (and i've experienced this with other mice, too) is that this mouse is a bit large for netbook/laptop portability. It is a full-size (but not "orthopedic-ergonomic-monster-size) mouse. So to me, the size-to-signal range is a little odd.
The programming features are pretty basic (no app-specific macros, etc.) which might turn some folks off. I settle for the wheel button to autoscroll/open new browser tabs (a must-have), left-side/page-down, right-side/page-up. There are a number of other off-the-rack options, as well. If you're looking for a Robo-Gaming MegaSword-Hand --- forget this one.
This will do, for now. It's an OK mouse. You can find others that cost less and have more going on, but I got tired of looking and settled for it.
I like that this mouse is wireless and I can just plug the little receiver into a USB port on my tower under the desk. No wire to bother me on my messy desk. I don't need any multi-button mouse and this one has enough. Left, right, and a push button scroll wheel.
This mouse is somewhat comfortable, but I prefer the standard size and shape of the mouse when first made years ago. I'm not sure what it is, too long, too high, or the front of the mouse too wide, but it's comfort is just a little off.
Also, the scroll wheel turns sooo easily that I accidentally scroll the page when I don't want to. That is an annoyance.
While I would recommend the standard size mouse first, this isn't a bad choice. Especially if you find the standard mouse to feel a little small under your hand.
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