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- QuestionWireless Mouse (11 Answers)
I would be using this mouse for work. Can you program the different buttons to open up different applications or specific documents on my desktop? Or is it just game controls? Also does it have a charging Dock?
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- Questionis this mouse compatible with apple computers (5 Answers)
- QuestionDoes your thumb and forefinger hurt after gaming a few hours? (10 Answers)Answers
No, it fits in my hand surprisingly well (because it doesn't really look like it would) and I have fairly big hands. The buttons on the side are in just the right spot for your thumb so you don't have to move it too far out of position to reach them. I have gamed for longer than a few hours and usually my wasd keyboard (left) hand will get tired before my mouse hand.
- QuestionDoes this use a unifying adapter or does it have it's own special one? (5 Answers)Answers
- QuestionWill this mouse be faster for World of Warplanes if you connect from computer to screen? (1 Answer)
- QuestionI play "Hidden Objects" games, like Criminal Minds and Pearl's Peril. I have shaky hands when I use a mouse to play. I need a mouse that will react quickly when I click on an object. I am getting so mad with my scores. Is this a good mouse for my problem. (3 Answers)Answers
- Questioni am looking to purchase a very simple gaming mouse. what is the difference between the optic and laser? i purchased a laser mouse with 2 AA batteries back in Dec. 2009 from your store and it has been great. would like something comparable. G602 ?? (5 Answers)Answers
Laser Mice use a fine point light to bounce off the surface vs. the optical ones which shines a light has has a tiny camera look for the reflection. Optical mice usually have issues working on very shinny surfaces like desks without a mouse pad. Laser mice don't mind the shinny surface since it is 1 light being pointed downwards and looking for reflection.
- QuestionDoes this work with dell laptops (5 Answers)
- QuestionHi, I read some review mentioning the scroll wheel being loose and/or clicking while using. Is this how the mouse is designed, or is that an uncommon issue? (5 Answers)
- QuestionIs this compatible with Dell computers? (5 Answers)Answers
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