- Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 6.4 x 9.5 cm ; 322 g
- Shipping Weight: 204 g
- Item model number: K72267US
- ASIN: B000H84LBE
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Sept. 15 2008
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #455,327 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Kensington K72267US Ci65m Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse for PC or Mac
- Flexible design and soft grips ensure comfort and control
- Three buttons plus a scroll wheel make it easy to navigate documents or Web sites
- Snap-in Ultra Slim receiver stores easily inside the mouse and automatically turns it off when stowed
- Battery level indicators signals when you at 40 Percent usage left
- Flexible design for left or right-hand use
Amazon.ca Product Description
Mouse - Optical - 1000 dpi - 3 - Wireless - 1 x Type A USB (Receiver)
From the Manufacturer
With a flexible design and soft, comfortable grips, performance optical technology the Ci65m is the perfect companion to your notebook computer. CONTROL: Performance optical with Performance Optical Technology gives you 1000dpi precision to track the smallest of movements with superior and responsive precision. 3 buttons plus scroll wheel make navigation easy for documents or Web pages. COMFORT: Soft, molded side grips provide superior comfort. Flexible left or right-handed design ideal for desktop or notebook use. CONVENIENCE: 2.4Ghz wireless with mini receiver reduces interference while ensuring high performance. Snap-in Ultra Slim receiver stores easily inside the mouse and automatically turns it off when stowed. Battery level indicators and preventive power management give you up to 1 year of use on 2 AA batteries. 5 year Kensington limited warranty.
Top Customer Reviews
I HAVE A MICROSOFT CORDLESS WITH MY MAIN SYSTEM AND IT TOO IS EXCELLENT.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
It has a "shut off" tab under the mouse belly, but if you slide the USB key into it, it also shuts it off. If you hibernate it shuts off, but immediately turns back on when your computer does. I like the rubberized finger and palm areas much better than my Microsoft Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 6000. The only drawback is that this wireless notebook unit doesnt have thumb button and that's why I ended up buying the Microsoft 6000. I miss that particular feature. Funny think is though, I seem to use the Kensington 90% of the time anyway. The M6000 is lighter since it only uses 1 battery, but it chews through them like crazy, and my hand just doesnt feel comfortable in the curved finger slots and palm rest, the grip area seem slippery, and since it's a laser, is a little to sensative for my taste. I also like the Kensington's center scroll button musch better. It clicks with each finger movement, where the Microsoft is a smooth rolling and you tend to overshoot when you scroll. That's why I keep going back to the Kensington.
You can go to Kensington's site and download their software if you want to. Otherwise, just insert the two batteries ( I like how they are hidden) plug in the USB key and off you go.
I would recommend this product and purchase it again in a heartbeat.
ONE FINAL NOTE.... everyone who complains about lack of distance/reception
must be plugging the USB key into the back of their laptops. I have mine plugged into the side port and can still get reception from 10 feet away. Plugged into the back....I might get 3 feet. But who cares... how far away from the screen are you when you use your mouse? A couple inches???
So, I highly recommend this peripheral if you're looking for a portable mouse for your notebook.
1) the perfect size for my feminine hands
2) comfortable - has a great rubber grip
3) has a soft and easy click
4) doesnt feel like cheap plastic
5) reasonably priced
6) looks good
Tracking is very accurate and smooth! Works well with my mac, just plug and play. I am pleased with my purchase.
However, I can say, as a man, that this mouse is fine for those with medium to large hands as well.
I've never been one for resting my palm on my mouse. As such, overall size doesn't matter. (is it weird having a man say that?) What does matter to me is responsiveness and grip-ability. This mouse has both. With the same mouse settings as my previous wired mouse, this one has the pointer zipping across the screen a bit quicker. And the textured rubberized sides make gripping very easy.
Sheer bonuses for me are the heft and controls. Once the batteries are installed, this little mouse has some weight. It may look like a toy, but it sure doesn't feel like one. And the controls... The mouse wheel rolls easily but has an audible and tactile click as your scroll. The mouse buttons (also rubberized) each have their own distinctive tone when clicked. The clicks themselves don't take too much force, but the click itself easily lets you know when you've hit home.
This mouse fits my needs perfectly: portable, wireless, sturdy and responsive. I couldn't be happier.
1. Fedora Core (Linux)
2. Mac OS (Tiger)
3. Windows XP
Nice rubberized grip and right size for a portable mouse.