Features & Specifications
The Razer Pro|Click Mobile notebook mouse uses Bluetooth 2.0 with adaptive frequency hopping. No Bluetooth adapter is included; your notebook must have onboard Bluetooth. The design is ambidextrous so anyone can use the mouse. The mouse is powered by a pair of AA batteries and has an on/off switch to keep the batteries from going dead. Razer also includes a travel pouch to protect the mouse on the road. Four color options are available including Naughty (black), Nice (white), Sugar (pink), and spice (red). The best feature of the Razer Pro|Click Mobile notebook mouse is the 1200 dpi resolution, making it the most sensitive notebook mouse around.
Pro|Click Mobile in Use
I really like the shape of the Razer Pro|Click Mobile notebook mouse; it feels very comfortable in the hand. The mouse doesn’t have forward and back buttons for navigating web pages, which is too bad. Like the Razer gaming mice, the logo on the Razer Pro|Click Mobile notebook mouse pulses when the power is on. Moving the mouse causes the clear scroll wheel to glow red from the light of the mouse sensor, which looks cool.
The test mouse I was sent is the white version, which looks just right next to my white MacBook. Most of the notebook mice I have seen use 800 dpi sensors. I prefer more sensitivity that that and the Razer Pro|Click Mobile notebook mouse is the first mouse to use a 1200dpi sensor. This means that you can navigate with less hand movements required. Accuracy is very good with the mouse, so good in fact that you could use this as a mouse for some casual gaming on your laptop. Accuracy was very good in things like Photoshop where trying to drag a square for cropping at a precise point can be difficult with a mouse that lacks accuracy. Wireless range was great, the mouse worked from across the room easily with my MacBook.
The Razer Pro|Click Mobile notebook mouse is one of the best notebook mice around. With a comfortable to use design and great performance, it’s hard to fault the Razer Pro|Click Mobile notebook mouse. If your notebook had Bluetooth onboard, this is simply one of the best notebook mice you will find.
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