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MoGo Mouse BT

MoGo Mouse BT
alaScore 79

31 reviews

Jul, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 31 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the usability. The value for money also gets good opinions.

value for money, usability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Mouse & Pointing Devices the MoGo Mouse BT is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 79/100 = Good quality.

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Amazon.com review summary for MoGo Mouse BT

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 user reviews of MoGo Mouse BT from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices on Amazon.com.

value for money, usability

100% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: MoGo Bluetooth Mouse and Adapter for PC Card Laptops (MG100-0113)

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Newton Peripherals MoGo Bluetooth Notebook Mouse

 

It seems such a great contrast: not too long ago we reviewed one of the more sophisticated mice, the Logitech MX. Today we look a very simple mouse: the MoGo Bluetooth Notebook Mouse from Newton Peripherals. It may look simple but it is every bit...

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Newton Peripherals MoGo MouseBT Review and Prices

 

Mice for portable computers are usually just shrunken-down versions of their desktop compatriots, but this isn't the case with the MoGo MouseBT from Newton Peripherals. This input device features a unique design that will be much appreciated by road...

Very compact, stows and recharges in PC card slot

No scroll wheel, takes some time to become familiar with button action

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MoGo Mouse BT

 

Apple technology moves fast, and that means a lot of peripheral kit can become redundant quickly. Take this mouse, for example. It works really well, is super slim and therefore travels brilliantly, but just won't work with the latest Apple notebooks

Tiny form factor, Two click buttons, Stores away neatly, Bluetooth wireless connnection

No good for MacBook or MacBook Pro, No scroll function

Perfect for the PowerBook-toting travelling Mac user, but no good for other Macs

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MoGo Mouse BT review

 

This handy Bluetooth mouse lives and recharges in your laptop's PC Card slot when not in use. However, its performance is erratic at times and it's also somewhat expensive

Easy to carry if your laptop has a PC Card slot ; Internal battery automatically charges while mouse is stowed ; Feels solid and comfortable in the hand

Response can be jerky at times ; Expensive

Conclusion We like the concept of the MoGo Mouse BT, and found it ergonomic enough to use. However, its performance was erratic at times, and during these periods it was frustrating to use. It's also somewhat expensive -- we found several wireless mice...

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MoGo - Mouse BT

 

A shade under £50 seems like a lot to spend on a mouse. Even if you are a laptop user and are looking for something small, or something wireless, you can find the former for less ...

The MoGo Mouse BT is certainly different from the many, many laptop mice out there and when it works well it is very impressive. It's jerky moments during high CPU load were irritating, though, and it is not cheap.

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The perfect mouse for someone on the go!

 

lightweight, stores and charges inside laptop, wireless

only 2 - button available

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Convenient product

 

Very well designed. Very convienent to just put in your PC slot and use it whenever you need. Charges automatically. My only problem is that it doesnt work as smooth as other mice I've used. My wood grain table confuses it and it skips. Also, it is...

small, easy to hold, fits in pc slot, charges automatically, bluetooth

only 2 button, no scroll wheel, optics not as good as others, can skip on some surfaces (ie. wood grain table)

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It's ok but....

 

I like the idea of this as I have very small hands and hate have something sticking out of the side of my laptop. It works fine but I do miss the scroll and wish I would have waited for that version. The biggest problem is the battery life--I guess...

Very handy

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It's ok but....

 

I like the idea of this as I have very small hands and hate have something sticking out of the side of my laptop. It works fine but I do miss the scroll and wish I would have waited for that version. The biggest problem is the battery life--I guess...

Very handy

Lifespan of use

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Convenient product

 

Very well designed. Very convienent to just put in your PC slot and use it whenever you need. Charges automatically. My only problem is that it doesnt work as smooth as other mice I've used. My wood grain table confuses it and it skips. Also, it is...

small, easy to hold, fits in pc slot, charges automatically, bluetooth

only 2 button, no scroll wheel, optics not as good as others, can skip on some surfaces (ie. wood grain table)

Product Specifications

MoGo Mouse is a business-card sized, Bluetooth-enabled mouse that stores and recharges neatly inside... that's right, inside... your laptop computer's PC card slot when it's not being used. MoGo Mouse is a technologically advanced wonder, featuring patent-pending optics and a system that automatically levers the mouse up into your hand as you work. With no batteries to replace, the MoGo Mouse recharges in less than an hour in the PC card slot of your laptop. MoGo Mouse is specifically designed for road warriors who hate carrying around full-sized, bulky mice, but who also despise laptop trackpads and trackpoints. MoGo Mouse provides them with a solution to their problem, making it easier for them to work on the road. Other mice, even those meant for road warriors, just don't cut it. Mini-mice (the "walnut shells") get lost in your hand and are difficult to maneuver, and the ideas of carrying a full-sized mouse defeats the entire purpose of mobility on the go, making MoGo Mouse a natural.
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