Colourful mouse that doesn’t mind dust

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A4TECH’S wireless mouse — the G9310 GlassRun — is available in a range of colours and uses GlassRun technology; meaning it works on almost any surface, even a slightly dusty sheet of glass (Like my dining table? — The Ed.).

Users have a choice of up to six colours, including yellow, pink, blue and purple. Connect a “plug and forget” receiver to the USB slot of the PC, and the mouse works wirelessly.

The receiver is small enough that you can leave it inserted in the slot, even when you pack the laptop into its case or bag. The receiver is effective at distances of up to 15m and can be linked to as many as three sets of mice and keyboards.

According to A4Tech, the G9310 has a DPI adjustment button that allows users to change the dots-per-inch resolution, anything from 800 (slow) to 2,000 (fast).

The mouse also has three Shiftable Report Rates — 125Hz, 250Hz and 500Hz — enabling users to choose the best one for office, drawing or game-playing applications.

Also available is a programmable-gesture function that lets users quickly issue commands in an application simply by continually pressing the right mouse-button and moving the mouse in one of up to 16 predetermined directions.

Other features include, radio frequency (RF) signal indication to find the optimal location, channel-lock setting to set a specific channel to avoid RF interference, and low battery warning, as well as sleep and wake-up settings. The mouse will also automatically power down when the PC is switched off.

It is powered by a single AAA-size battery and ships with a software driver that is used for monitoring the status of the mouse battery from the computer.

The G9310 retails at RM79. For more product or other information, contact the sole A4Tech distributor in Malaysia, Vertex Distribution Sdn Bhd, at (03) 4270-6961 or via the company websites.


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