Genius Traveler 1000 optical mouse

Traveler1000Traveler 1000 is the latest wireless mouse from Genius that features power saving technology and a 1000 dpi optical engine.

Traveler 1000 needs only one AA battery and the power saving technology can extend the battery life by four times to six months. High precision from the 1000 dpi sensor, Traveler 1000 provides excellent accuracy so you get the most fun in the gaming world. The 4D scrolling is also quick and precise and lets you move through websites and documents horizontally or vertically. Plus, you can store the mini USB underneath the mouse. It will turn the power off automatically and it’s easy to carry. The unique sleek shape is comfortable for either right or left-handed users.

Genius Traveler 1000

Since it’s wireless with a battery life that lasts four times longer (six months), and is high precision, Traveler 1000 brings you the high quality and ultra value you would expect from Genius.

Key features:

  • Includes one AA battery and power saving technology quadruples battery life
  • Mini USB receiver stores under mouse – turns power off automatically
  • Enhanced precision with 1000dpi optical engine
  • 4D scrolling function – up/down/left/right
  • Suitable for either hand

Specification

Interface support USB & PS2
System support Windows 2003/XP/Me/2000/98SE ; Mac OS X or higher
RF frequency 27MHz
Number of button 3 buttons
Optical resolution (dpi) 3 buttons
1000 dpi
Scroll wheel 4D scroll
Batteries AA * 1

Source: Genius

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