Whenever I did that, the mouse pointer would jump to the upper left corner of my screen. Read full review Verified purchase: Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. The MX was a very power-hungry mouse; I had to make sure to put it in the dock every night, or else I had to swap the batteries every few days. Do you have a wireless gaming mouse? See all 7 brand new listings. People who bought this also bought.
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E-Blue Mazer II DPI Wireless Gaming Mouse (EMSBKAA-NF) | eBay
Scroll eblue also has non slip textured treads. Logitech K Wireless Keyboard – Black. In fact, I plan to order a second one to keep in my laptop bag since they are so inexpensive. I’m using an old wooden door with a rough stained woodgrain surface for a desk right now and the Mazer has no probs with the rough surface, no jitter, no jumping, no probs at all.
Because this product can easily justify an price increase when compared to other products of the same type I’ve used in the past. Nice mouse I have an Alienware laptop that also use for dj’ing, which has oi lights that I can change the color on.
E-Blue Mazer II 2500 DPI Wireless Gaming Mouse (EMS601BKAA-NF)
I am very satisfied with this mouse. I’m used to getting crap from overseas that never stands up to the ad.
The whole setup looks great while dj’ing. It’s a bit hard to control this mouse with that, BUT you’ll get used to it. I tried other wireless mice before buying the MX, but they liked to take short naps fairly often. I’ve rolled my mouse a million times over the last 30 years. Price was also right.
This was annoying at first, but I realize this is how you make the batteries last several months. It worked well enough, but every so often I would run out of cable.
The E-Blue Mazer II Wireless Gaming Mouse
The MX was a very power-hungry mouse; I had to make sure to put it in the dock every night, or else I had to swap the batteries every few days. Running out of cable was a different matter. I opted to pay an entire extra dollar for the version that lights up. It comes in a solid, reusable plastic case. Relocating the dongle completely solved this problem for me. The mouse is comfortable to the hand and has some extra buttons that I haven’t figured out yet.
I wanted a wireless mouse again, but the mouse he chose has one of the same failings as my old Logitech MX It is wireless, it can be set as high as DPI, and several reviews claimed that a single set of AA batteries would last from several months to almost an entire year. Definitely recommend Verified purchase: The mouse seemed to work fine at first, but then I picked it up and moved it.
It’s got a nice bit of weight to it, feels right, solid, stable. If you just drop the wire behind your desk, gravity sometimes pulls at your mouse. I was happy to hear this, because I have fairly large hands. Being power hungry was what made him suitable enough for playing first-person shooters. Also there are 2 addl. My desk is made of heavy, thick MDF. One month of daily use I have very little to complain about so far. The battery door was busted, the skates were starting to fall off, and an DPI mouse starts to seem less smooth when gaming at x at Hz.
Whenever I did that, the mouse pointer would jump to the upper left corner of my screen.