MoGo Media Mouse X54 for ExpressCard/54 Laptops (MG-304-01-0002-01)
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- Bluetooth device doubles as both a wireless mouse and media remote
- Mouse gets 8-10 hours of battery life on a 30-minute charge
- Mouse fits inside an ExpressCard/54 slot for storage and charging
- Media Remote works with iTunes, Windows Media Player and more
- Backed by a two-year warranty
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|Item Dimensions||0.2 x 2.22 x 3.1 in||5.2 x 7.5 x 1.5 in||1.97 x 4.52 x 0.55 in||3.22 x 1.25 x 1.94 in|
|Item Weight||0.49 ounces||4.8 ounces||1.6 ounces||3.61 ounces|
|Platform||Windows 2000, Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional||Windows XP Professional, Windows XP Home Edition, Windows 2000||Android, Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8||Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Vista|
|Sensor Technology||—||Optical||Optical, Laser||Optical|
The only wireless media remote and mouse that stores and charges inside your laptop. MoGo Media Mouse X54 is a combined wireless multimedia remote and mouse that stores and charges inside your laptopâ¿¿s ExpressCard/54 slot â¿¿ a â¿¿must haveâ¿¿ for every laptop. And itâ¿¿s easy-to-switch design eliminates the fuss of multiple devices allowing you to control iTunes, YouTube and other media.
From the Manufacturer
The MoGo Media Mouse X54 combines a unique, full-function wireless mouse and a multimedia remote in a small package that can store and charge in your laptop's ExpressCard/54 slot. Using Bluetooth to provide wireless connectivity, you can use the Media Mouse as a remote control for your media applications from up to 30 feet from your computer.
Designed with the traveler in mind, the Media Mouse X54 is not your usual mouse. Rather than trying to squeeze an awkwardly shaped external mouse in your laptop bag, you store the X54 inside the laptop itself, in your computer's PC Card slot, where it's also charged.
When you need it, just eject it from the card slot, flip out the integrated kickstand to comfortably position the mouse, and you're ready for action. The X54 offers the same functionality as conventional laser wireless mice -- scroll, right click, left click -- without the bulky, oversized design.
The Media Mouse X54 is compatible with laptops with an ExpressCard/54 slot. If your PC has a PCMCIA, Type I/II, or Cardbus slot, you should use the MoGo Mouse BT. (See accompanying chart for the performance features and compatibility details of each MoGo Mouse.)
Full-Size Performance and Features
The Media Mouse measures just 2.1 x 0.2 x 3.1 inches (WxHxD), but that doesn't mean it doesn't offer the same performance as larger mice. With a patent-pending optical system, it provides 800 DPI resolution for precise tracking.
It also has two buttons, the ability to scroll, and is Bluetooth-enabled, offering wireless operation with a range of 30 feet. (To add Bluetooth capability to your laptop, you can use the MoGo Micro USB Bluetooth Adapter, sold separately, or purchase the MoGo Media Mouse X54 and Bluetooth Adapter combo.
Control Your Media Player from Across the Room
In addition to functioning as a mouse, the Media Mouse X54 does double duty as a remote control. In Remote Control mode, you can play, pause, change the volume, mute, and change tracks on a variety of media players, including iTunes.
Built-In Rechargeable Battery Saves Money and the Environment
Unlike other wireless mice that require expensive and environmentally unfriendly battery replacements every few months, the Media Mouse X54 has a built-in rechargeable battery that is automatically charged every time you store it inside the ExpressCard/54 slot. This saves you money and helps you protect the environment. It takes about 30 minutes to recharge the battery, and a single charge gets about 8 to 10 hours of normal use.
The MoGo Media Mouse X54 is backed by a two-year warranty.
MoGo Mouse BT
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Media Mouse X54 + Adapter
Presenter Mouse X54
Presenter Mouse X54 + Adapter
|Optical Bluetooth Mouse with 800 DPI Resolution|
|Includes Micro USB Bluetooth Adapter|
|Compatible with PCMCIA Type I/II and Cardbus slots|
|Compatible with ExpressCard/54|
|Media Player Remote Capability|
|Presentation Remote Capability|
|Built-in Laser Pointer|
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Found all welcome improvements on this one.
1. Laser (old PC card was LED) -- works on most surfaces, even black. Just does not work
well on glass (or really glossy) surface as suspected.
2. Separate on/off button, so that it works flat (without using the stand lifted).
Sometimes using it flat is better in a tight spaces.
3. Scroll -- works well and as expected. Much needed improvement. (see below for Power
Point Presentation Tips also).
4. Integrated media (play/stop/mute, forward, backward, volume) mode works well w/ my
HP media laptop connected to TV or playing my itunes music.
5. Although not marketed as Presentation mouse, great w/ Powerpoint (and PDF full-screen)
- Put Powerpoint (or PDF in full screen, ctrl-L) in presentation mode.
- left button to forward (as any mouse)
- scroll up (presentation slide backwards), if you need to back up.
- scroll down (slide forward). WARNING: do not go past the last slide.
- Scroll up/down, using default settings, offers just about right level of sensitivity to
use it in a business presentation.
- No integrated laser pointer, but that's ok. I prefer having this mode AND the media
control than the presentation version of Mogo mouse.
7. Obvious benefit of having your really usable mouse always charged and with you.
Really none. Even price I paid was equivalent to normal laser mouse retail price (not sale).
1. Stating the obvious, make sure you have bluetooth on your laptop end, or
2. go purchase a small (marketed as nano) bluetooth USB module between $5 ~ 9.99 on
sale. Tip: try to get one based Broadcom or CSR chip (most are), if identified in
the packaging. These offer most compatibility (or least compatibility related issues).
I would recommend getting a plain wireless mouse or one that has a roll up cord and deal with carrying that around instead of having something that refuses to work
Oh, and in case all of the above wasn't enough, it's a media remote too. A simple press of a button, and you've got a full-fledged media remote.
A couple of hours of use, and it feels as intuitive as any mouse I've ever used.
Yes, it's a bit pricey, but it is worth every cent. There's so much bang for the buck here, that you will not be disapointed. I'm thinking of buying a second one for my HP DV9500T and just keep it in the x54 slot.
At the beginning it feels a little ackward to use, but once you get accustomed to it definitively beats the touchpad. My only complains (not deal breakers) is that sometimes the mouse gets unresponsive for two or three seconds, but after moving it gets to work fine again. Also the buttons are not as responsive as some regular sized mouses. It will not work in reflective surfaces like glass.
You will not get a full size mouse experience with this one, but it is much more convenient and portable than a regular size mouse if you travel a lot, and if you do not like the touchpad (like me) you need this one.
The Mojo bluetooth-usb adapter could be a little smaller to better fit inside a laptop carrycase, but provides for 6 channels of bluetooth connections.
I wish there was a way to charge it while the laptop is powered down, but that is a laptop design issue, not the mouse.
The vendor delivered in in good time.
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This is my 4th MoGo Mouse. It's a comfortable mouse, and immensely useful for presentations (with laser pointer).Read more