Even though it’s possible to customize the button functions for left-handed users, the overall design doesn’t really work for lefties. He studies convergence journalism at the University of Missouri. The mouse has three additional buttons. The size of this unit makes it tempting to use on-the-go, however, it lacks a pouch or case. The two buttons on the left side of the mouse powers you to go back and forward the pages in your browser.
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Pros Small design allows portability and comfort. Get Our Best Stories! It works dapoo most surfaces, including pants and armrests, which is useful in tight spots. However, to store it you must first remove the battery cover to access the storage bay — it would be nice to have this port outside the battery compartment. Its rzpoo comfort and design definitely beats out its little brother, the travel-focused Rapoo P Wireless Optical Mouse.
Great for people with average hands who want a highly responsive mouse without changing batteries every six weeks. More From Rexly Need for Speed: He studies convergence journalism at the University of Missouri.
Rapoo 7100P Wireless Optical Mouse
The P we received came in an artful metallic red design that some people will immediately love and others, well, not-so-much.
The Rapoo P wireless optical mouse hits a solid middle ground of performance, affordability, comfort, and durability.
The remaining two buttons are on the left side of the mouse, and can be programmed for different functions, such as forward and back on a Web browser or accessing the Start menu on Windows 8. Aside from testing the customization and the two left buttons, I rarely found a situation when they could come in handy.
Performance The mouse performed as expected. In limited testing, the battery cover fell off while in a backpack. The scroll wheel provides for 4D navigation or tilt-wheel in that not only you get to use back and forth movement on-screen but also sideways. Rapoo P Wireless Optical Raooo.
If you want your mouse lighter, you can power it with a single battery and for more life and heavy feel pack two batteries. The size of this unit makes it tempting to use on-the-go, however, it lacks a pouch or case.
Small design allows portability and comfort. The p ships with two alkaline batteries, so, at least in theory, you should be able to get two-thirds omuse the way through the two-year warranty period before you have to swap out your first set of batteries. You are here Home.
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Cons Additional buttons and customization are unnecessary extras. There are contoured grips on either side of the mouse. For a more comfortable experience, lefties should take a look at the Editors’ Choice Logitech Couch Mouse Mwhich has an ambidextrous design, but is considerably more expensive. The curved top is placed further back than a typical mouse, giving the palm a more comfortable resting position. Even though it’s possible to customize the button functions for left-handed users, the overall design doesn’t really work for lefties.
Logitech Wireless Mouse M The scrolling wheel has a cut-patterns for a better grip while scrolling and the gleaming faux-paux metal trim adds a lustre.
On the rear, you find the invisible optical sensor that does not emit the LED mokse most optical mouses radiate. It felt good in the hand, and the two DPI settings are useful for those who prefer either a slower or faster cursor movement. The Best PC Games. Rapoo P wireless optical mouse Model P Retail price: The two buttons on the left side of the mouse powers you to go back and forward the pages in your browser.
Gamers could use the customization feature, but there are better mice for gaming, like the Logitech G Wireless Gaming Mousewhich offers more buttons for custom functions and macros. Additional software enables custom button functions, such as clicking the scroll wheel to paste or using the right mouse button to launch programs, but it’s only available for Windows XP, Vista, 7, or 8.