Razer Pro Click Mobile Bluetooth Mouse


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Razer Pro Click Mobile Bluetooth Mouse
$14.99 + $5 Shipping
Condition: New

Product List:

  • 1 Razer Pro Solutions Pro Click Mobile Bluetooth Notebook Mouse

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Can the center button be programmed to do certain things? Or is it just a scroller?


#4

how long do the batteries last?


#5

I got these from a few wootoff’s ago, these are excellent mice, i highly recommend them, the batteries don’t drain as you think they would, i’m on month 3 without a change of battery (2AA)


#6

Buy a mouse, get a free dice bag!


#7

egads. can’t believe razer made these…


#8

Didnt know razer made mice this - um…casual.


#9

does anyone know if this mouse will have any latency? ive noticed with other wireless mice that there is a noticeable latency.


#10

In depth review:


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Around $40-45 at Amazon and Dell

http://www.amazon.com/Mobile-Bluetooth-Wireless-Notebook-PC-Nice/dp/B000WFOO96

so-so reviews


#12

I do need a new mouse for my laptop and a Razer one would be nice. If the pink was hot pink, I’d be all over that. Now to decide if I want black or red.

Mainly interested since it’s regularly $59.99.

ETA - But it seems fairly meh from reviews I read. Might just stick with my MS Notebook 4000 mouse. Although it eats batteries for breakfast… first lunch, second lunch, first dinner, second dinner and dessert.


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It’s a middle button like most scroll mice have. Not sure if that’s considered programmable, there’s no software included for such anyway.


#14

It definitely doesn’t look like a gaming mouse. It only has the two buttons and the scroll wheel, and is only 1200 dpi.


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Official Razer Site


#16

is this comfortable for someone with big hands (I mean big enough to hold a basketball from the top with one hand big)?


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detail video review.


#18

EEEEEEEK!!! mice

jumps up on table


#19

Anyone got an idea of the typical range of these things? Can I use it across a room for my media center pc?


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Does anyone know the range of these, as in how far away they can be from the computer and still control it?

Edit: Amazing, pg318 above must have posted this question only seconds before I did.