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Compoint CP-M360W Wireless USB Mini Mouse with Nano Reciever

CP-M360W

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The new CP-M360W offers just that. High resolution optical tracking is ideal for both gaming as well as general business applications, for Windows(tm), Mac(tm), Linux(tm) and a whole lot more besides including project applications, such as the Raspberry PI(tm) computer.

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Looking for a low costhigh quality wireless optical mouse for both right and left handed users?

The new CP-M360W offers just that. High resolution optical tracking is ideal for both gaming as well as general business applications, for Windows(tm), Mac(tm), Linux(tm) and a whole lot more besides including project applications, such as the Raspberry PI(tm) computer.

Featuring a new developed, integral wireless 2.4Ghz transmitter that automatically frequency hops’ to a clearer frequency, even in a wirelessly cluttered environment. Bundled with a nano-type 2.4Ghz driver-free USB adapter that can be installed as a permanent fixture in any vacant USB port. Ideal for almost any operating system such as Windows10(tm), Mac OS X(tm), Android(tm) and Linux(tm) means the CP-M360W its ideal for almost any scenario.

Features:

  • Wireless, 2.4Ghz driverless installation
  • Supplied with Nano-style 2.4Ghz USB adapter
  • Optical tracking, DPI selectable 600/1200/1600
  • Superior comfort design - left or right handed operation
  • 3-Button and accurate central scroll wheel
  • Ideal for Windows(tm), Mac(tm), Android(tm) and more
  • Ideal for computer projects inc. Raspberry(tm)PI systems
  • Quality retail packaging

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Compoint CP-M360W Wireless USB Mini Mouse with Nano Reciever

Compoint CP-M360W Wireless USB Mini Mouse with Nano Reciever

The new CP-M360W offers just that. High resolution optical tracking is ideal for both gaming as well as general business applications, for Windows(tm), Mac(tm), Linux(tm) and a whole lot more besides including project applications, such as the Raspberry PI(tm) computer.