Pop Goes the RF Dongle
On the left hand side there are the two standard forward and back buttons protruding just enough past the rubber grip to let you know they are there, but with springs strong enough so that there is no accidental clickage, too.
There is a DPI selection button nestling just below the scroll wheel which is what really sets this mouse apart from the others on the market. By offering a two-mode DPI switch between 800 and 1600, you can either fly around or get down to precision work, which is often the case when working on a laptop.
Underneath we can see the porthole for the laser optics which is capable of up to 1600DPI for nice precise tracking. There's also the battery cover to admit the 2xAAA cells, an on-off switch to conserve battery power and also an RF connect button. As another nice touch, there is a spring loaded hole into which the stubby RF dongle can go.
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