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2.4G +Bluetooth dual mode (Build-in 600 mAh Battery )
3 Version are avaliable
a): 2.4G Standard
b):Rechargeable 2.4G version ( Build-in 500mAh Battery )
c):2.4G +Bluetooth dual mode (Build-in 500 mAh Battery )
High quality ABS Material
Rubber Material on scroll whell
Up to 1600 DPI
Five million times right and left swtich
Grey and black color mixed more fashion
|Type||Rechargeable 2.4G Wireless|
|Number of Buttons:||7 buttons|
|Current Conmsumption:||Max: 3.0 mA|
|System Compatibility :||Windows System /Android/IOS|
|Battery ||400mA Lithium polymer battery |
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Wireless Gaming Mouse FAQ
What is a wireless gaming mouse?
A wireless gaming mouse is a computer mouse designed for gaming that does not require a wired connection to the computer.
How does a wireless gaming mouse work?
A wireless gaming mouse uses radio frequency (RF) technology to communicate with the computer, transmitting signals from the mouse to a receiver plugged into the computer's USB port.
Are wireless gaming mice as good as wired ones?
Wireless gaming mice have come a long way in recent years, and they can offer
performance that is comparable to wired gaming mice. However, some gamers still
prefer wired mice because they are worried about latency and input lag.
What are the advantages of a wireless gaming mouse?
A wireless gaming mouse offers greater freedom of movement and eliminates the need for a cable, which can be more comfortable and less restrictive during gameplay.
What is input lag?
Input lag is the delay between when your mouse sends a signal to your computer and
when your computer processes that signal. This can be an issue with wireless gaming
mice because the wireless signal has to be transmitted and received before the
computer can process it.
How can I reduce latency and input lag with a wireless gaming mouse?
There are a few things you can do to reduce latency and input lag with a wireless
gaming mouse. First, make sure you are using a high-quality mouse with a reliable
wireless connection. Second, use a wired connection for your keyboard and other
peripherals to free up bandwidth for your mouse.