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kingwin 2.4g Wireless Laser Mouse

kingwin 2.4g Wireless Laser Mouse
alaScore 80

27 reviews

Jun, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 27 reviews of kingwin 2.4g Wireless Laser Mouse. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices for all reviews. Comments about the reliability and size are on the whole positive. The design and usability also get good feedback.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Mouse & Pointing Devices the kingwin 2.4g Wireless Laser Mouse is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Very useful product. I bought four more today.


I have four of those, soon i will have eight. I keep my drives stacked one on top of the other inside the blue protector. It is much better than having a couple of loose hard drives Drives are expensive and the backed up data is irreplaceable.

Offers basic protection for my dives when i don't use them ; Stackable ; The blue silicon grips any surface so the drives don't slide off the table, shelf or desk ; If i would spill coffee on my desk the liquid would propabaly not reach the drive...

I wish they made the part with the slot for the drive connectors removable, so i could keep part of the protector on when i insert a SATA drive in my docking stations ; As it is i have to completely remove the protector to insert the drive in my...

Nov, 2010

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Buy Them!


If you need to tote around a bare drive, you can't beat this item!

Cheap and work great

Not free

Mar, 2010

Consumer review (

Works as advertised, but useful?


I'm starting to question how useful these are going to be. I bought them to put on drives I'm using as backups while storing them, but the drives are too darn hot after removal to immediately insert, and...well, they don't protect from static, don't...

Fits on the drives pretty easily and fits well. Option to keep the drive ports covered

Works as advertised, so not fair to really point out the things it doesn't do but didn't promise to

Mar, 2010

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As advertised


Works as advertised, easy to get the HDD in and out of. I don't plan to drop my drive but in case I do it's always nice to have a bit of protection

none so far

Sep, 2009

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Bought the iStarUSA equivalent at the same time. These are clearly better (and cheaper).

These are great. They appear to offer good protection against dropping the drive (haven't actually tested that). There's extra padding at the corners, which is where you would need it, and they stack well, too ; I haven't actually tried running the...


Aug, 2009

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Don'y bother buying this garbage


Tons of buttons

Very bad quality. Tons of buttons of cheap quality. The paint went off after a few weeks of usage ; Died today after 3 months of use. Now looking for a new one - and after seeing this one again decided to let everyone else know that this is a very bad...

Aug, 2009

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I bought this mouse as a replacement for a MS IntelliMouse Explorer which died after a few years. I miss it.

Lots of buttons ; Low price ; Looks cool ; Sturdy ; Tiny reciever

Drivers were terrible. I could not get Windows Vista or Windows 7 to recognize it as a mouse until I installed the driver from the website (the one on the CD didn't work). After installing the driver, I couldn't move the receiver to another USB port...

Jun, 2009

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It USED to work


For the money i spent on this and a new mouse I could have bought a like a G7 or something

I bought it based on a few good reviews, I'm tight on money so I went for this mouse. IT worked for a good 4 months

After a while it just failed on me. DEAD

Jun, 2009

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Now I have to wait and send it back for credit and buy another one.

It came in a box, which provided extra protection for the memory i ordered. The memory worked so maybe the mouse did its job by taking up space

Never worked right from the start. Changed the no name pakistan batteries to see if that worked and it didn't. Mouse is un responsive and too sporatic. Horrible purchase

May, 2009

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I'm kind of amazed what people are trying to do with these.

Safe, soft and static free storage of spare drives ; Nice that the blocked in end prevents dust and grim getting onto the SATA/power connectors


Feb, 2009

Product Specifications

1. Model: KW-01 2. 2.4G RF Wireless Laser Mouse 3. 2.4Ghz 2-way fast digital RF Up to 10m working distance 4. 16 auto hopping channel with 65K ID 5. Connection free smart link 6. CPI button to select favorite cursor speed 800/1600 DPI 7. Multimedia hot keys in media remote mode 8. Convenience zoom in / zoom out function 9. Tilt wheel for easy horizontal scrolling 10. Batteries included Number of Channels: 16 Carrier Frequencies: 2402 Mhz ~ 2480 Mhz Modulation: GFSK ID: 65536 Size: 124 x 74 x 43 (mm) Weight: 0.14 (kg) Transmission Range: Up to 10m, 360 degree Max. Rated Output Power: 0dBm Buttons: Left, Right, Middle, Back, Forward, CPI, Zoom In, Zoom Out, Tilt Left, Tilt Right. Resolution: 800/1600 CPI Tracking Speed: Up to 14 inch/second Mouse Input Power: 1.5V 2*AA Power Consumption: 11mA Laser Power: <=700uW Receiver Input Power: 5V DC, 30mA Receiver Interface: USB 1.1v System Requirement: IBM PC or compatible Available USB port Windows 2000/XP/Vista