Rapoo T120P Wireless Touch Mouse
Looking at the left side of the T120P, we see red and black stripes that alternate until they reach the top where this mouse is entirely red. There are no buttons to be found here.
Shiny surfaces are found everywhere with this T120P, and are even more noticeable as we look at the inset heel of this mouse.
The right side of the mouse is a mirror copy of what we have seen on the left side. The striping along the side and a lack of any extra buttons is again what we see here.
Looking at the front, we can see the left and right click buttons wrap around the midsection, and almost meet in the middle, offering a wide area of use for such a small mouse.
Where we would typically find a scroll wheel, Rapoo has chosen to use a touch panel. This will scroll forward and back as well as side to side, and while using it like a normal scroll wheel, there is feedback to what would equate to a segment of the wheel.
Under the T120P we see the black cover in the middle is most of the bottom of the mouse. The eye of the sensor and the on and off switch are in the middle of the red section. Down either side of that section are the long skinny feet this mouse rides on.
Removing the plate is pretty simple to accomplish with only one clip holding it on. We do see the Nano receiver stored under the cover, but there are no batteries to be found.
Just in case you have never seen one of these, this is the Rapoo Nano receiver that takes the signals from the T120P, and allows the PC to obtain them while keeping a super low profile in that USB port.
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