Kensington Wheel Mouse

Category: Input Device
Manufacturer: Kensington Inc.
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 2.9 Mb
Operating System: Windows 2000/XP/Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 3.7 / 05 Apr 2007

Windows device driver information for Kensington Wheel Mouse

The Kensington Wheel Mouse works instantly once the computer has been rebooted. The drivers should then be keenly installed to complete the signal flow and enable the third button to be operational. The Kensington Wheel Mouse drivers are supplied with purchase of the mouse and can be downloaded from the manufactures website. They are easy to install and gives the user the option of troubleshooting the device in case of it being malfunction. A user's guide is also issued with the purchase of the mouse to help the user step-by-step on how to install, use and maintain the Kensington Wheel Mouse for efficient output. The mouse is user friendly and one can obtain advanced help from the manufactures website. Compare to the much one has to pay for it and the tasks it can perform; it is relatively affordable and available.

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These are drivers for a Kensington Wheel mouse. The Kensington Wheel Mouse is weighty and large mouse and designed to meet the unique standards of the business environment. The Kensington Wheel Mouse is curved in shape and ergonomic with shape that fits exactly and comfortably to the user's hand. Its twice the weight of a normal weight with a third button between the standard two that is used to scroll up and down documents and also used in specific computer applications. There is also an optional button where the thumb rests at and it is used to perform option operations. The Kensington Wheel Mouse can be connected to the computer using the plug the receiver box on the respective ports, either the USB or the mouse serial port. The mouse operates by radio frequency and it is supplied with to AAA batteries to power it up. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Kensington Wheel Mouse errors before installing any driver updates.