Newton Peripherals MoGo Presenter Mouse X54 Bluetooth BlueTrack 800DPI Gris - Ratón (BlueTrack, Bluetooth, 800 DPI, 14 g, Gris)
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Descripción del producto
Cantidad de botones: 3
Color del producto: Gris
Dimensiones del ratón (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 54 x 78 x 5 mm
Interfaz del dispositivo: Bluetooth
Peso del ratón: 14 g
Resolución de movimiento: 800 DPI
Sistema operativo MAC soportado: Si
Sistemas operativos compatibles: Windows Vista/XP\nMac OS
Tecnología de detección de movimientos: BlueTrack
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Similarly, as a presenter this mouse is great. Comfortable, small, functional... the built in laser is a great touch. It's basically everything you could want in a bluetooth presenter.
Of course, the biggest feature of the mouse is its ability to store and charge within a PCI-Express slot on your laptop. The mouse is hidden away in my laptop except for the very tip of the end nub, which uses LEDs to show charging status. Whipping it out is a momentary task, and the mouse is ready to use almost instantly. While I've been too lasy to drag around my other notebook mouse, this one is definitely getting some use.
There are only really a few issues that I would bring up in the functioning of the mouse. One, the inclusion of the touch strip scroll wheel is a welcome addition, but the actual implementation seems off. Scroll speeds are jerky and unpredictable, and it frequently gets the direction of the scroll wrong. Second, the mouse has light which blinks to let you know which mode it is in. It looks pretty, but the annoying constant blinking light has a way of drawing attention towards the mouse and away from whatever you're trying to present.
I can't speak to the long-term durability of the mouse, as it hasn't been released for very long. This review may be revised downward in the future if longevity issues arise. But for the moment at least, I've finally found a notebook mouse / presenter that I can actually use. A great Sophomore effort from Newton Peripherals.
I loved the idea and when the package arrived I loved it even more.
Stylish, light and extreme mobility are what makes this an excellent
The battery seems good, i haven't ran out of juice while using it, though
I am worried about how long will it keep its performance since the MoGo/HP mouse
recharges just as you place it back in the slot before fully discharging.
I did notice that not all surfaces are friendly, but it is not as bad as a normal
The responsiveness is good, however i noticed some glitches or freezes from time
to time, still can't pin point it to being a bluetooth sleep issue or not.
Other than that, this little device is amazing and would recommend it to anyone
who would like to use a normal mouse while being mobile.
The optical laser on this thing is so precise. I can put it on my right leg and use it. It is that precise. The left and right click are perfect also. The scroll is taking some time to get used to - it is no wheel but that is really no big deal.
Now, with the click of a button underneath the mouse turns into presenter mode. With ease you can switch through slides in say PowerPoint or whatever you are using. Also, there is a laser pointer which is so key today when presenting. I can't be happier with this product. Great price too compared to the manufacturers website.
Other than that, the mouse is fantastic, comfortable, easy to use, and MUCH better than a trackpad. Everytime I pull it out I have at least one person ask what it is and where I got it.