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Trust Laser Combi Mouse MI-6200

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      04.10.2011 00:47
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      a good mouse for the average user

      My dad bought me this mouse but I'm not sure where from one day because my previous mouse just decided to pack in. At first glance I was a bit apprehensive as trust was not a brand I'd heard of before and expected the worst. The packaging itself was just a fairly bland looking box with a picture of the mouse and a security seal at the top ensuring no one had previously taken it out.

      First thoughts on the mouse. My first thoughts on the mouse were it's a bit uncomfy and I didn't particularly like the look and design of it. At first I wasn't really sure what the two buttons on the side did but I shortly found out that they are to go forward / back, you can use this feature on many things, such as file browsing, browsing the web and other things. Kind of useful rather than scrolling over to the back buttons all the time.

      The long run. Once getting a bit more used to the most I realised that It is actually quite a comfortable position and my hand blends round its sleek curves quite well allowing for easy navigation. The two forwards and backwards buttons can easily be pressed without having to move my hand two much and the scroll wheel in the centre makes it easy to go up or down pages.

      The mouse has 800 DPI which means that it can move 800 dots per inch, what this measures s the accuracy of the mouse, and for the average user this is very much more than enough most will never need a high DPI mouse as generally it's just useful for things such as graphic design and gaming. The mouse is a laser mouse rather than balled but it is wired which I think is a benefit as I would never choose to have wireless as I personally find that they're unreliable and inconvenient. Imagine you're shopping for a birthday present for someone they walk in and the mouse decides to die. Awkward. If I remember correctly it did also come with a adaptor so it could be used with the designated mouse port which helps to free up USB ports. And also although it doesn't say on the description on this website it is in fact compatible with windows 7 as this is what I'm using it on.


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