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Iogear GME228BW6

alaScore -1

4 reviews

Apr, 2014

We have collected and analyzed 4 user reviews from international sources. The average review date is Apr 20, 2008. We have compared these reviews to 352589 reviews from other Mice & Pointing Devices. Last update: Apr 20, 2014.

Review analysis

(Based on 4 reviews)

4 user reviews

Showing 1 - 4 of 4 Show Reviews: in English

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Is this a joke?

 

Boy was I excited that my new Dell XPS would arrive with a small Iogear mouse; I always loved their products, beginning with my first micro mouse from then in 2002. As a graphic designer I was especially excited about the switch from a 3 year old...

The potential, oh, the potential

Way too sensitive and inaccurate, keeps moving in relation to the mousepad or any nearby object after being lifted off inches away from anything. Badly designed on off toggle switch, 2 heavy AAA batteries and bad USB charge system

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Complete Failure

 

Worst mouse I've ever used. I am switching to Microsoft's Bluetooth Laser 5000. I'll recharge my own batteries in 45min. not 10 hours. This mouse's 'auto-off' feature in practical use is beyond belief. In a few seconds, the mouse sleeps, and I've...

None at all

The mouse failed (permanently) after a single day's use, needed to go through detection setup every time the mouse was turned on, charger stopped working after 15min and would never charge again

Consumer review by:

Is this a joke?

 

Boy was I excited that my new Dell XPS would arrive with a small Iogear mouse; I always loved their products, beginning with my first micro mouse from then in 2002. As a graphic designer I was especially excited about the switch from a 3 year old...

The potential, oh, the potential

Way too sensitive and inaccurate, keeps moving in relation to the mousepad or any nearby object after being lifted off inches away from anything. Badly designed on off toggle switch, 2 heavy AAA batteries and bad USB charge system

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Consumer review by:

Complete Failure

 

Worst mouse I've ever used. I am switching to Microsoft's Bluetooth Laser 5000. I'll recharge my own batteries in 45min. not 10 hours. This mouse's 'auto-off' feature in practical use is beyond belief. In a few seconds, the mouse sleeps, and I've...

None at all

The mouse failed (permanently) after a single day's use, needed to go through detection setup every time the mouse was turned on, charger stopped working after 15min and would never charge again

Product Specifications

IOGEAR's Bluetooth Laser Mouse is an excellent tool for medical offices, libraries, and schools as well as for mobile professionals, gamers, and desktop users. This new IOGEAR mouse uses VCSEL (Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser) as the light source, which provides 30x more tracking power than mice using an optical sensor. VCSEL allows the mouse to work on virtually any surface, even glass. It provides an extremely high resolution of 1600 dpi, substantially reducing the amount of injury-producing hand and arm movement. IOGEAR's Bluetooth Laser Mouse is USB ready, Plug-n-Play, and Hot Pluggable.
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