Toshiba Bluetooth Laser Mouse (Gloss Black)
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- Bluetooth Laser Mouse, precise cursor movement and accuracy without the wires
- Switchable 1200 or 1600 DPI laser sensor
- Arched shape provides support for your hand in a natural, comfortable position
- Stand-by mode helps conserve battery life
- Low battery indicator
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One unexpected feature that's really nice is the range. All of my old wireless mice start to skip moving it a short distance away from the computer. I noticed this one works with my arm out as far as I could extend it on a big table. So then I stood up and tried it from across the room (using my pant leg as a mouse pad) and it still worked perfectly at about 30 feet away, buttons, scroll wheel and all - amazing! This has opened up possibilities I didn't anticipate. I can have the laptop connected to the living room TV and control it from across the room sitting on the couch. At work the laptop can be next to the projector and I can use the mouse from the podium.
The other Bluetooth mouse I considered was the Logitech but the reviews are mixed as to whether or not it has the same annoying delay as the Microsoft mouse. The Toshiba is so new there were only 5 reviews at the time but they were all 5 star (except one who thought it was too small), nothing about delays, skipping or random disconnects. So I took a chance and I'm happy to say it's definitely a winner on all counts and for what it's worth, I think the size is perfect.
Another problem with mice is they need to fit one's hand & the size of many mice appears to be a state secret. Here is my research, the first four being Bluetooth & the rest wired or wireless.
Toshiba PA3847U-1ETB - 9.8 cm x 6.1 cm x 3.6 cm
Samsung AA-SM7PWBB/US - 10.1 cm x 6.5 cm x 3.4 cm
HP H3T51AA - 10.7 cm x 6.7 cm x 3.7 cm
Razer Pro|Click Mobile - 9.8 cm x 5.9 cm x 3.8 cm
Logitech V220 - 8.8 cm long
Logitech V320 - 9.8 cm
Logitech V450 - 10.5 cm
Logitech L6, L7, L8, MX400, & MX Revolution - 12.3 cm
Logitech LX7 - 12.0 cm x 5cm x 2.5cm (long x wide x high)
Logitech MX518-12.5 cm
Logitech MX620 - 12.8 cm
Logitech G5 - 12.5 cm
Logitech G9 - 10.5 cm
Microsoft Basic Optical Mouse - 11.2 cm x 5.1 cm x 4.2 cm
Microsoft Laser Mouse 6000 - 12.4 cm x 6.7 cm x 4.2 cm
Razer DeathAdder - 12.6 cm x 6.9 cm x 4.5 cm
Razer Orochi - 9.5 cm x 6.2 cm x 3.4 cm
Shape matters a lot, but it's difficult to quantify...
The mouse pairs easily and works perfectly. It recovers automatically from computer off/on cycles and mouse sleep cycles. It is easy to change back and forth between 1200 and 1600 dpi. I put my own rechargeable batteries in it (although new batteries are included) and it is working fine.
The mouse looks good - sleek, shiny, professional. It feels good, too.
I made the right choice.
Update April 17, 2013
I bought a second one and I operate the two at the same time, side-by-side, on one pad, for two computer monitors on two separate Windows 7 computers, with two separate Bluetooth circuits. They work independently and without interference.
Update September 13, 2014
I typically leave them turned "On" and I let them sleep when appropriate. On my bigger computer, which I mouse more, I get about 17 days and on my little computer, which I mouse less, I get about twice that. Again, this is with rechargeable AAAs. It is very convenient to have a few AAAs charged up in reserve for a quick changeover.
Update February 8, 2015
Dropped rating to four stars. One mouse has failed after a little over two years - the left button is intermittent, essentially worn out. Otherwise, its operation has been fine and I will order a replacement since it is out of warranty.
Update February 19, 2015
My older mouse is still plugging along. The battery cover had gotten bunged up early in its life but I made do.Read more ›
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