rf cordless

  dlguk 21:54 08 Apr 2005

I recently bought and returned a cordless mouse. When I saw how it responded I thought that it was logical as the movement of the mouse has to be transmitted to the base unit before the PC can act on the information causing it to have a 'jurky' effect.
Has anyone suffered the same, or is there a good one out there?
Thank you.

  jbp1982 22:02 08 Apr 2005

had a few cheapy belkin ones, loads of problems......£18 for a desktop, no wonder you may think.

Have this mouse a week and no problems. When ya open the mouse in control panel it even tells you battery levels and signal strength.

click here

if you reserve thru [email protected] you'll get the online price in the shop!


  dlguk 22:13 08 Apr 2005

thank you jbp1982, I thought it was just 'the nature of the beast'. I have looked at the site and it looks reasonable but I think Pless my have it a little cheaper.
Thank you for your help again.

  sinbad1 23:08 08 Apr 2005

I have noticed that if the receiver is further away from the mouse it does seem to make the pointer a little jerky. try moving around the receiver for best position.

hope this helps

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