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Kensington Pro Fit K72369US Mouse -Optical -Cable -Black -Retail -PS/2, USB -2400 dpi -Scroll Wheel -Right-handed Only

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  • Ergonomic, right-handed shape with soft rubber grip
  • Pointer speed quick-select button
  • Forward/back buttons
  • High-definition optical sensor (up to 2400 DPI) for responsive control
  • USB/PS2 adapter for flexibility
  • Package Type: Retail
  • Product Type: Mouse
  • Pointing Device Connectivity Technology: Cable

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Kensington Pro Fit K72369US Mouse -Optical -Cable -Black -Retail -PS/2, USB -2400 dpi -Scroll Wheel -Right-handed Only + Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000
Price For Both: CDN$ 57.64

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 13.5 x 22.6 cm ; 204 g
  • Shipping Weight: 227 g
  • Item model number: K72369US
  • ASIN: B004P1IU5C
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: July 11 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #16,846 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description

Full-size, wired mouse offers an ergonomic shape with a soft rubber grip for all-day comfort for right-handed users. Design also features a high-definition optical sensor (up to 2400) dpi for responsive control, pointer speed quick-select button for enhanced productivity, forward/back buttons and scroll wheel with middle button. Mouse requires no drivers and has the plug-and-play reliability of a wired USB or PS2 connection. Pro Fit Full-Size Mouse includes a USB/PS2 adapter for flexibility.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By xDon on Dec 29 2011
Using this mouse right now it's really comfortable but be warned that this mouse is a full-sized mouse so unless you have pretty big hands(mine are pretty average) you won't get full advantage of this mouse. The middle button is used for switching between DPI settings so that's pretty nice if you're a gamer, the scroll button is nice and quiet and doesn't make a huge clicking noise. The left and right click buttons don't take too much of an effort to click either.

The back and forward buttons(on the side) aren't too out of place and work fine when you want them too. But in my opinion this mouse is all about comfort which it does very well. All in all, a good mouse if you consider buying it I recommend it.
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By Tyson Winger on March 2 2013
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Some peeling on the left side where the mouse button 4 and 5 are.. Kind of annoying but oh well.
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My previous mouse recently stopped working so I went shopping for a decent, responsive mouse to replace it.

For reference of hand size, I can grip a basketball in one hand, not strongly but enough to pick it up.

While this is a fast, responsive mouse, and the buttons are all working fine, the form factor on the right side just doesn't feel right. The left side where the thumb is, the mouse has a non-slip, textured rubber finish, and curves outward, so it's very easy for you to get a grip on it with your thumb. The right side, however, is smooth and vertical at the top and flares outward at the bottom. That means the pinky finger is trying to grip a smooth plastic surface that angles the wrong way to the direction you need whenever you need to lift the mouse to adjust its position. If it had a rubber surface, or if the right side contours angles outward on the top, that would make it so much easier to grip and lift, as it stands it feels very awkward whenever I try to lift the mouse slightly to adjust.

This is one of those times I wish Amazon have better pictures from all angles.
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This mouse is great. It can change to being very precise or not-so-precise with one click of a button. And it perfectly fits the size of my hand, which is larger than the average hand size. Great deal and great mouse. No complaints.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful
Good buy for the price... for a little while June 28 2012
By verbalclay - Published on Amazon.com
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So far this seems like it's going to be a decent product for a low-priced mouse.

- It's a large mouse, which was one of the things I was looking for (I have tendonitis in my hands that is exacerbated by using smaller mice).
- The rubberized thumb area is very comfortable; I've usually only seen that detail on higher-end mice.
- It slides and tracks smoothly, even over a rough surface.
- Windows 7 recognized it right away with no installation needed.

- The side buttons are a little uncomfortable -- it looks like that may be improved in a newer version.
- The buttons aren't programmable/customizable out of the box (more about that in a moment).

- The mouse is unusually wide even for its large size; I haven't decided yet if that's a pro or a con; right now it's just different.

It's an absolute must for me to be able to customize the buttons on my mouse; I'm a software developer and use the computer most of my waking hours, so it's quite a time saver for me to have some of my most commonly-used actions at the click of a mouse button. Since I'd found another review of this mouse that mentioned that it would work with the Microsoft Intellipoint 7.1 driver, I purchased it with that hope, even though I knew that Kensington didn't provide any programmability for it. The Intellipoint software didn't work with the mouse at all for me, but I did find a piece of free software called X-Mouse Button Control that provided the customization I wanted. I'd recommend the combination of this mouse and that software for others who may be looking for a high-functioning mouse at a low-budget price.

I don't know yet how durable the product will be, but so far it looks to be an improvement over the Logitech model it's replacing.


I'm just posting an update to say that the durability is disappointing so far. It still clicks fine, but after using it for 2 months, I find that its movement is jerky and it's much harder to control. One other negative I've noticed about it is that the red light it uses for the optical sensor also shines brightly out the front of the mouse (through the cracks around the buttons and mouse wheel), so it can be uncomfortable to use near other people, depending on the orientation. Looks like I'll be back to mouse-shopping again.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Great Features on this Mouse sized right for a relaxed hand June 1 2012
By Dr D - Published on Amazon.com
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This mouse fits in my hand in such a way that my hand, wrist, and forearm are just more relaxed than they are with other mice.

I like the side buttons that you can click for forward or back in either browsers or windows.

I like that the scroll button has middle button.

I like that there is a second button below the scroll button where you can quickly select the pointer speed alternatively between 600 dpi, 1200 dpi, 1800 dpi, and 2400 dpi. The high definition optical sensor will adjust up to 2400 dpi for precision.

The mouse cord ends in a USB plug but included in this amazon package is an adapter that you can place into the USB so that you can plug this mouse into PS2 if you want to do so.

The optical works great on every surface that I have tried including bedspread, carpet, wood, etc.

While most of this mouse is slick and sculpted for comfortable grip to user's hand, the area under the thumb is a soft rubber cushion with easy-grip finish. My ring finger is supported by the shape as well.

I think the response on this mouse is perfect. You don't have to push your finger far to get the click but it doesn't click when you are just re-positioning the mouse somewhere.

I recommend this mouse because I like it. It is my first Kensington product I believe and would feel comfortable purchasing more of their products.

I think you might like this Kensington ProFit Mouse too; but only if you are right-handed.
14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Great mouse - MAC USERS BEWARE June 15 2012
By Marc S. - Published on Amazon.com
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This is an excellent mouse. It tracks well enough. The size is really great; I have quite large hands, and this mouse, bigger than any one I have used in the past, feels very comfortable.
That said, it is not truly Mac-compatible (I'm not so sure the Amazon description claims that it is - but the Kensington website certainly does). The mouse has 5 buttons, and only three of them work on the Mac out of the box . The mouse included a CD with the windows drivers on it, and a little Googling found that Kensington used to have Mac drivers, but decided to discontinue them.
However, there is a piece of software that fixes the issue. It's called "USB Overdrive" and it works perfectly... but costs $20.
So, when considering this purchase, do know that it is an excellent mouse, however, do factor into the price that an extra $20 expenditure is necessary for full function of the mouse.
I'm sure Kensington would be able to get some sort of great volume pricing from the maker of USB Overdrive and just include it with the mouse. It would probably cost the same for them as what they spent creating the Windows drivers. But now I'm just grumbling....
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Best for its price July 17 2012
By Buzz Friedrich - Published on Amazon.com
For under 20 dollars, I was expecting to find a much worse mouse, but then I stumbled upon this gem. It tracks well and my hand never feels bad while using it, although I have some mild concerns. People seem to mention that the mouse is a bit large, but as someone with large hands, I found that I still end up clawing my fingers while using it.

The scroll wheel is a little hard to press down, making quickly switching to a new tab difficult.
The shape of the mouse seems to be made for people without pinkie fingers.
The button right under the scroll wheel to change sensitivity is easy to press, and I've accidentally hit it a dozen times in the past few months.
If you're using the mouse with a laptop, there's no built-in way to control the long wire.
The clicking sound is a bit loud, so I'd advise against using it with someone trying to sleep in the room.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
"Man Hands" required Nov. 20 2012
By Scott Kelley - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a good mouse, but it really is freakishly large. I can palm a basketball. I have a decent-sized man's hand. But this mouse is still extremely large - it's almost distracting. The performance of the mouse is great if you can get over how enormous it is. I bought two of them and plan to keep them, but I might have gone with a different mouse had I known the size.