wireless mouse


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wireless mouse

A mouse that sends signals to the computer without a cord. Bluetooth mice are commonly used with tablets, because most tablets have Bluetooth built in. They can also be used with a computer that has Bluetooth from the factory or via an adapter. Wireless mice that use other radio frequencies (RF) come with their own transceiver that plugs into the USB port of the computer. See optical mouse, wireless dongle and ISM band.


Microsoft Mouse Transceiver
This Microsoft mouse transceiver barely protrudes from the USB port.
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The Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 includes a Nano transceiver that sticks out less than a centimeter from the USB port, so it can remain plugged into the computer at all times, and the Wireless Mouse 2000 comes with a minitransceiver that easily snaps into the bottom of the mouse when on the go.
The Nano Wireless Mouse features a nano receiver that is small enough to leave connected to a laptop, or it can be stored in its own compartment in the back of the mouse, while the Easy Riser USB Retractable Wired Mouse features an extra-long retractable cord.
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