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  • Prestige International Penclic B2 Bluetooth Mouse (2050)
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Prestige International Penclic B2 Bluetooth Mouse (2050)


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  • Bluetooth technology allows freeing up valuable USB ports
  • Ergonomic design promotes comfort & healthy living
  • 5 buttons and scroll wheel
  • Laser sensor
  • Operates on almost any surface without any pad or tablet
  • AAA 1.2V NiMH Recharging battery (Everyday use last approximately)
  • Mac & PC compatible
  • Wireless reaches minimum 5 meters
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 3 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00D1V2882
  • Item model number: 2050
  • Batteries 1 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 24, 2013

Product Description

Penclic B2 utilizes Bluetooth technology. Having Bluetooth technology available in a mouse allows for a fast, safe connection to your device, as well as not requiring a USB port. Penclic Mouse B2 changes a little bit from our other mouses by being available in white, instead of the black associated with Penclic R2 and D2. But don't worry. Penclic B2 still maintains its smooth and stylish looks!

Customer Reviews

Felt kind of flimsy.
Rodney A. Hunt
If you don't intend to use Penclic for drawing or writing, and don't mind the constant disconnecting, then this is a great little device.
Dr. Bojan Tunguz
It felt very natural in my right hand.
Noname

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By M. Erb #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 25, 2013
Length: 4:15 Mins
The Penclic Mouse B2 is a unique approach to the ubiquitous computer mouse. Unfortunately for this reviewer, function did not follow form very well. I found it difficult to adapt to, difficult to use and after two weeks it has been replaced by my trackball that continues to provide superior useability for me.

This is designed for right handed people first of all. It is basically a small mouse with a vertical shaft sticking out of the top. At first glance I was under the impression that the shaft movement is what would be controling the cursor on-screen. That is not how it works at all. The bottom mouse part is what controls the cursor, just like a regular mouse. The shaft is merely where the displaced mouse buttons have moved. The scroll wheel continues to be on the right top side of the mouse body, but all the mouse buttons have been displaced to the vertical shaft. 5 buttons in all... 2 buttons on the left, 3 buttons on the front.

The button placement is where this mouse lost me. I just could not ever get comfortable with the finger contortions necessary to efficiently use the buttons, And to use the scroll wheel meant I had to grip the mouse just like any other mouse which then meant the buttons were no longer able to be used until I moved my hand back to the shaft. The only "button" that was easy for me to use was the larger button that wasn't really a distinct button at all, but more of a section of the shaft that operates as a button. The smaller dual buttons were just too inconvenient to be used easily for me.

I had no issues pairing this with my MacBook Pro.

There could be some people who might find this a viable option to a mouse or trackball. For me, it was not a viable option and I welcomed going back to my Kensington Trackball.

I was provided a sample for testing and review.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Riley on September 4, 2013
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I wanted to try something besides a normal mouse since my fingers were starting to get sore at the joint ends from constant mouse use. I love working with my Wacom pen at home, so I thought the Penclic would be fun to use at work while I code.

The Penclic looks pretty nice to begin with, really like the concept. It came in a rather interesting tube with a charger, spare battery, and instructions. I realize it doesn't say it supports Win8, so I'm not dinging it for being hard to connect to on that OS, but it is something they should consider adding support for.

There were only a handful of review, but all were positive when I ordered, so I thought it would be a great find. Unfortunately, my expectations were to high or the unit I got was a dud. I tried this on multiple computers/operating systems (Win8, Win7, and Vista) and all displayed the same inconsistent behavior. Sometimes a button would click and other times, nothing for several clicks. One of the buttons didn't even work at all. The mouse part seemed to work fine, but not the pen, which was the only part I was really excited about.

Returned.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Chandler #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 14, 2014
I was very excited to work with this mouse because I do lots of design and manipulation in the computer for marketing pieces. It seemed the perfect component to do detail work with an easy-handed approach.

Unfortunately the packaging doesn't offer any padding for the stick part of the component and mine arrived broken.

Because I agreed to offer feedback to the company via Amazon, I explained my situation prior to my review, assuming they'd either tell me how to fix it, or they'd send out a new one, or offer to fix this one.

Unfortunately, if this is the way they handle a broken piece--it's not good. I have been waiting about a month and have not even received an email in return. Therefore I'm left to review the mouse as is, which is a totally non-working piece due to the packaging.

I still would love to try this out but as it stands, the customer service has not assisted me.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Bojan Tunguz HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on September 23, 2013
This is a very innovative and well-designed computer mouse. It has a lot going for it, and it has become one of the mice that I regularly use in my day-to-day work. However, it is not without shortcomings. Some of them are the feature of the nature of any mouse of this kind, and some of them might be easily overcome with a few modifications/upgrades.

I use computer a lot every day, and have come to the point where using the mouse is not as unencumbered and pain-free experience that it once was. My ergonomic issues are not as severe as they are with some people, but I have been modifying my work and work environment so that it is much less physically stressful. Getting the right kind of mouse is one important step in that direction. And in this regard the Penclic mouse definitely delivers.

Penclic is definitely mush easier on my writs and arm (and even my upper back) than the traditional mouse. The pencil grip puts your hand in a more natural, vertical, orientation, which doesn't put as much stress on your wrist and all the muscles in your arm and body that control it. However, it does take a while to get used to this way of using the mouse, but not as long as some other things that you might try. (I've actually learned to use the mouse with both of my hands, something that took me a while to master.) Once you've mastered its use Penclic can become as natural, if not more, to use than any other input that you've ever used (mouse, trackball, trackpad, etc.).

For me the most natural way of gripping and using Penclic is with my index finger in front resting on the "left click" button. This orientation, however, is some 70 degrees or so off from the way that the Penclic is designed.
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