Manufacturer: Kensington Technology Group
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 4.11Mb
Operating System: Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Release Date: 31 Aug 2005
The Kensington Pilot Mouse Laser Wireless Mini for gaming utilizes a laser as a substitute of the standard LED found in most common optical mouse. The Pilot Mouse Laser is a plug and play device which does not need any setup application process. This mouse device needs two AA batteries to work. The RF receiver of the Kensington pilot mouse can be plugged at the back of your CPU USB port. The Kensington Pilot Mouse Laser Wireless Mini and receiver may be synced just by clicking the small black buttons on each side. The Kensington Pilot mouse measures about 3.5 inches long and 2.25 inches wide. This mouse device is made to be handy and comfortable to carry by providing it with ribbed rubber sides and sleek rubber on top.
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The Kensington Pilot Mouse Laser Wireless Mini for gaming is a mouse device, which uses a laser instead of a typical optical mouse. This mouse device is made for easy gripping and handling due to its smooth rubberized body. The Kensington Pilot Mouse Laser for gaming consists of switch at the underside part for advanced purposes. The mouse has the regular two ‚Äì buttons, one-scroll wheel and one-scroll wheel design that are programmable using the Mouse Works software. The scroll wheel is smaller than a normal scroll wheel, and it requires a few extra finger strokes to find the underlying cause of a page. The Kensington Pilot Mouse Laser can scan 800 dots per inch. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Kensington PilotMouse Laser - Gaming errors before installing any driver updates.