Find the right form and color for your life and work!The MEMTEQ wireless optical mouse is an exquisite combination of a frosted tactile surface, bright colors, and a textural effect felt when touched. This is the most popular design and color of Memteq Mouse Model M3s 4D 1600DPI, we produce it in 3 colors, Gold, Silver and Black. Optical Gaming 1600DPI we have a long experience in sale of this kind of mouse. This mice has a special deepening in the housing, so your fingers and hands will feel more comfortable. And even after long use your hands will be not tired. We supplie it in blue color. For active customers we designed special foldable computer mouse, the size will match your requirements. It's best choice for business trips and travellers, you can simply put it in your bag with laptop. We made it in simply in classic black with little gray, so it can be used for work and for travel. For the most demanding and progressive people we designed our Ergonomic Optical Mouse Wired Vertical USB Mice 1200DPI. If you love everything new you will also like this mouse. This ergonomic mouse is specially designed for office people and gaming fans, move the left button, right button and wheel key to side edge. Hand can achieve the most natural and relaxed state in the process of using. You will not feel fatigue after long-term use. MEMTEQ wireless optical mouse gives you the power of control!
How to Connect Memteq Bluetooth Mouse with Computer?First of all we want to thank you for purchasing Memteq Bluetooth Mouse. Before operating please read carefully short instruction and keep it for the next use. That's how our computer mouse boxing looks like. Before starting the installation of Bluetooth Mouse, please confirm that your computer or laptop supports Bluettoh 3.0 Technology. Insert 2 x AAA Batteries (please follow the polarity of the batteries) After it close the battery cover and turn the mouse power ON. To turn the power on press the left key, the wheel key and the right key at the same time. You will see the blue light is flashing, it means the mouse is in the paiting mode. Once your computer/laptop has found the Bluetooth Mouse, left click on the Mouse Icon on the screen then right click on the “Add Device”, your laptop/computer will automatically install the Bluetooth Mouse to your computer/laptop, (screen should say “Installing device software”), please note this may take several minutes depending on which system your computer/laptop is running. Once the Mouse has been installed on your Laptop/Computer it is ready for use. If you still have troubles with pairing the mouse with computer, please contact us.
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Did you know the first computer mouse was wooden? New input deviceThe first computer mouse was created in 1963. It was designed by Douglas Engelbart. Doug Engelbart reportedly conceived the mouse during a conference lecture in 1961. His first design, in 1963, used rolling wheels inspired by mechanical area-measuring devices called planimeters invented in the 1800s. It should be noted that since then more than one billion computer mice have been sold in the world. As you can see in the picture, the mouse was made of wood, was much larger than today's mouse, rectangular in size, and had a small button in the top right corner. 2. Ballpoint Mouse The first ball-point computer mouse was created in 1968 by Telefunken Rollkugel. Instead of two wheels it used one small ball. The working principle of this mouse was the same as that of the mouse from Douglas Engelbart, but it was much more convenient to work with it. Such mice were actively used until the 2000s, until they were replaced by more convenient optical and laser mice. 3. The optical computer mouse An optical mouse is a computer mouse which uses a light source, typically a light-emitting diode (LED), and a light detector, such as an array of photodiodes, to detect movement relative to a surface. It is an alternative to the mechanical mouse, which uses moving parts to sense motion.The earliest optical mice detected movement on pre-printed mousepad surfaces. Whereas modern optical mice work on most opaque diffusely reflective surfaces like paper, they usually aren't able to detect movement on specularly reflective surfaces like polished stone; coherently-lit (laser) mice can function even on such glossy surfaces, but perform poorly on transparent surfaces; dark field illumination allows mice to function reliably even on glass. Laser diodes are also used for better resolution and precision. Battery-powered wireless optical mice flash the LED intermittently to save power, and only glow steadily when movement is detected. 4. The laser computer mouse The laser computer mouse is an advanced version of the mouse optical. The principle of their work is similar in many aspects. The only difference is that the laser is not used to illuminate the surface. This refinement made the device almost ideal: the device works on any surface. It is more reliable and consumes relatively little energy, and the movements of the cursor correspond to the actual movement of the mouse. In addition, the laser mice are very weak illumination.