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TECKNET Pro S2 High Performance Wired USB Mouse, 6 Buttons, upto 2000dpi

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TECKNET Pro S2 High Performance Wired USB Mouse, 6 Buttons, upto 2000dpi
TECKNET Pro S2 High Performance Wired USB Mouse, 6 Buttons, upto 2000dpi

£9.88

Description

  • TeckNet Tru-Wave technology provides precise, smart cursor control over many surface types.
  • Contoured shape: Gives you more comfort and control for right or left hand.
  • Speeds: 2000 DPI, High Precision Optical engine, Super Responsive: Scroll wheel to speed through long documents or web pages.
  • Hand-friendly design: The shaped design and soft rubber grips conform to the hand and are designed to be comfortable to hold. The compact size enables it to be able to be taken wherever desired for use on the computer whether at home, at work or anywhere else.
  • Compatibilty: Windows 2000, XP, VISTA, 7, 8 & 10

Additional information

Specification: TECKNET Pro S2 High Performance Wired USB Mouse, 6 Buttons, upto 2000dpi

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Product Dimensions

10.3 x 6.8 x 3.8 cm, 106 Grams

Date First Available

17 July 2015

Manufacturer

Item model number

842949

Reviews (5)

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  1. Theodoric II

    When my Lenovo branded mouse started to wear out after a few years, I was looking around for a replacement. This one seemed to have decent reviews and I plumped for it even though it was a little more expensive than many of the others.

    I’m glad I spent the extra cash. This is a very ergonomic mouse (for me anyway), not one of the small micro models that are like toys. In fact, I’d go so far as to say that the only more shapely thing I’ve had in my hands of late is my wife’s posterior and she has hindquarters to die for.

    So if you’re content with second best, go for this boyo. It rolls well (again second to the better half) and moves like Little Richard on crack.

    It has six buttons (the only area where it outdoes the aforementioned fair damsel) and they are preprogrammed for all sorts of trickery.

    It was completely plug and play (definitely going to leave the comparisons there….) and works well with the good length(!) – of cable – provided.

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  2. Aston

    Pretty good, great for the price. Using it as my daily mouse including gaming. Only really a couple of things, the mouse can only register 2 inputs at once, so if you want to use the right click to scope in, the left click to shoot while using the extra mouse buttons for push to talk or crouch spam you can’t. This hasn’t impacted any of my games tho, mostly play shooters, so I wouldn’t worry just be aware.
    One thing I did have abit of trouble before I got used to it is the dpi switch being a little too close to the scroll wheel which means when I middle mouse click in the middle of a frantic teamfight (I have middle mouse as melee) sometimes I’d accidentally push the dpi button aswell. Gotten used to it and it doesn’t happen now.
    Can’t think of any other negatives or caveats, had it about 2 months now and using it all day everyday in the quarantine, not showing any signs of wear.

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  3. Sachin Patel

    I received this little gem today and can so far say that I’m very pleased.

    The mouse is a little smaller than I expected, but still fits comfortably in my large hand. It came in a well packaged, no-nonsense box with a simple set of instructions and warranty registration info (which took me 5 mins to follow) – nice and easy. No drivers were required to install this; it just works.

    The mouse itself has features that I haven’t seen widely elsewhere, such as a DPI switch for slow and fast cursor movements. I tested this when gaming and it worked a charm. There are also forward and back buttons on the side which I’m sure I’ll enjoy using when browsing the net a little more.

    I’m left scratching my head as to why this costs less than £10. I’ve purchased rival mice in the past which have cost nearly 3 times as more but have felt 10 times as less comfortable.

    Good on you Tecknet!

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  4. Gaz

    Small package with mouse well secured in a bouble plastic bag!

    The box contains user manual.
    The mouse has approximately 1.5m cable long (which is more than enough).
    The mouse has 6 buttons:
    ) Left click button
    ) Right click button
    ) Scroll wheel
    ) DPI switch button (The DPI, or dots per inch, switch on your computer’s mouse enables you to adjust the mouse’s sensitivity to a faster or slower pointer speed)
    ) Forward button
    ) Backward button

    The mouse on once connected is ready to go,no driver installation needed.

    Also the response time of the mouse(when you move it) is instant on the screen, there is no delay between the movement of the cursor and the movement of you hand!

    Fits perfectly into the palm and on both sides it has rubber material for good grip.
    The design of the mouse is perfect!
    I totally recommend it!

    TeckNet Pro S2 High Performance Wired USB Mouse, 6 Buttons, upto 2000dpi

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  5. jabaw0kie

    I have bought TeckNet products in the past and found them to not only be built well, but they represent great value for money. The TeckNet Pro S2 is no exception. 

    TeckNet Pro S2 High Performance Wired USB Mouse, 6 Buttons, upto 2000dpi

     It comes bubble wrapped and securely packaged in a plain brown, frustration free box along with basic instructions to get you up and running. In reality you simply plug this into your usb port and everything just works. The controls are clearly explained in the manual. The mouse itself is comfortable to hold and is quite light. If there was any downside at all to the mouse it would be the weight, but when you take into account everything else, and the price, it’s hard to complain. There are two buttons on the right hand side of the mouse that are within comfortable reach of your thumb. Clicking these will move you forwards and back between web pages when you are browsing, which is a really useful short cut to have at your fingertips. On…

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