Wireless Mouse - Dodge Charger Red
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- Accurate 800 dpi Optical Mouse.
- Built-in automatic timer shut off.
- Unique 17 Digit V.I.N. number.
- On/Off switch for LED Headlights.
- Suitable: Desktop/laptop PC or Mac with available USB Port.
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Top customer reviews
I didn't have any problems getting it connected to my Vista desktop. However, after 6 minutes of inactivity the mouse stopped working. In part this is the save battery, but the implementation actually removes the USB's wireless receiver from the computer configration. So, the you activate the mouse it has nothing to connect to via the wireless interface. You can fix it by unplugging the receiver and plugging it back in every 6 minutes. Even when it's working the mouse pointer just wanders on the screen when you are not guiding it.
I called support, but they just replace things and it's complicated because it wasn't sold directly. They wouldn't even tell me if it had been testing on Vista.