Rapoo 3920P Wireless Laser Mouse
With the 3920 now free of the plastic and cardboard, we see how all of the colors and textures play against each other. The side with the light grey stripes is textured, and offers page forward and page back buttons with orange arrows on them. As we move into the shiny bit at the top, we see the Surfree naming of their tracking system.
The back of the mouse is highly curved from the feet on the bottom, out and around the heel, and over the top. The 3920P also has a gentle curve from side to side, and the majority of this section is painted in this metallic dark gray.
The right side of this Rapoo mouse carries the same black textured side panel, and even keeps the light grey striping, but this time there are no buttons, or splashes of orange paint to denote anything about this side.
At the front, we see that the leading edge is cut away at the bottom to keep all rounded edges as it curves its way into the right and left click buttons, which are also metallic.
On top of the mouse there is a center section that appears to be metal, but it is just paint. The center section has a scroll wheel with side arrow indicators for 4D movement, the DPI button, and a milled aluminium-like Rapoo name plate. The tiny hole is for a blue LED that indicates the press of the DPI button.
Under the mouse, we see how all of the edges have gently curved into the flat section closer to the front of the 3920P. There is a single wide foot at the front, the sensor way off to the left, the power switch to the right, and a pair of smaller feet on the battery cover.
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