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Date: July 21st, 2004
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Thermaltake
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CONCLUSIONS & AFTERTHOUGHTS



Now don't get me wrong, I know that this mouse is really not suited for everyday extended office use but is more targeted towards laptop users and/or Lanparty gamers that don't want to drag around the heavier corded version. This package is very small, very light weight and can be considered a small wireless optical version of your everyday run of the mill mouse.


What are my boiled down impressions of this mouse? Well, I really can't find anything wrong with it. It's easy to install and setup and has no performance drawbacks that I could see. The only thing I could possibly squeak out as a small downfall could be the US$60-$70 pricetag. To be realistic, the price doesn't really bother me because an informed consumer will always recognize that a specialty product always comes at a premium price.


Pros:


- Small Size
- Easy Installation
- Excellent Quality
- Great Performance
- Availability


Cons:


- Price might be a little steep for some people.



If you have any further questions on this mouse, please feel free to post them in our friendly forums HERE.

 

 


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