KENSINGTON CI65M WIRELESS NOTEBOOK OPTICAL MOUSE DRIVER DOWNLOAD
Reviews 0 Write a review. Kensington Ci65m wireless notebok mouse left side view of rubber grip view large image. For example, Photoshop can have a different profile than Firefox. PC and Macintosh Compatible The mouse is fully compatible with both Windows PCs and Macintosh computers, allowing you to go wireless on whichever platform you use. See any errors on this page?
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The USB receiver stows inside the mouse for the ultimate in portable convenience. Wireless Interface The wireless interface allows you to use your mouse without having to worry about the cord getting caught or tangled. All content posted on Notebolk is granted to TechnologyGuide with electronic publishing rights in perpetuity, as all content posted on this site becomes a part of the community. Visit our network of sites: However, the range is lacking.
It showed me that Kensington has the ability to put out a good product for a good price. I found the feel of the rubber to be pleasing, especially when compared to an all plastic surface like that which is found on my Logitech V Despite its small size, it feels comfortable in your hand.
From a design standpoint, the Ci65m is actually mousf sound. I was not expecting much from this mouse. Be the first to review this item.
No Longer Available Update Location close. If the receiver and mouse are separated by more than two feet, I find the pointer gets erratic.
Obviously, I am unable to see if that is truly the case yet as this mouse is only a few weeks old.
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First, clicking the scroll wheel alternates vertical and horizontal scrolling, and second, clicking the left and right buttons at the same time opens a find window.
My only complaint would be that the receiver does not slide inside of the mouse, but instead hangs from the bottom. Opfical nice touches include a button release for the battery compartment, and a place to slide the receiver onto the mouse on the bottom, which also turns the mouse off.
Thickness comparison of Kensington Ci65m to other mice view large image. DiamondEye Optical Tracking Kensington’s DiamondEye optical tracking technology gives you the ultimate in control when using your mouse.
Now for the meat and potatoes — how well does it work? I cannot tell how many times I have been in the middle of a game and my mouse dies without notice. Kensington Ci65m wireless notebok mouse left side view of rubber grip view large image.
Kensington Ci65m Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse for PC or Mac K72267us
The expected battery life of the Ci65m according to Kensington is one year. Included with the mouse are the USB adapter, two AA batteries, and a small manual that details how to make a connection, where to get the optional MouseWorks software, and an explanation of the five-year limited warranty.
This gives you ample time to replace the batteries. PC and Macintosh Compatible The mouse is fully compatible with both Windows PCs and Macintosh computers, allowing you to go wireless on whichever platform you use.
If you download the optional MouseWorks software from Kensington, not only can you change the behavior of the buttons on the mouse, but it also allows program-specific settings. Other than that, the overall design is excellent.
Comfortable to Use The mouse is designed with a unique shape and features rubber grips to make it extremely comfortable to use. Update Unrecognized Zip Code. Ergonomics are very important when using your computer and you will find that this mouse does not fall short in that department. The MouseWorks software has a small memory footprint it consumes about 5MBand I did not notice any bugs during my time with it.
The good news is that most of the time your notebook is closer than two feet away. Featuring rubber grips for enhanced comfort and the accuracy of an optical interface, this mouse is a great wireless option for your computer. Tracking is superb and the response time is instant. The mouse uses RF technology to communicate with its base station, eliminating the need for line of sight communication associated with IR devices. I used it on and off a mouse pad and tracking seemed unaffected.