Kensington Si750m LE
- A light that indicates when the mouse only has 40 per cent of battery life remaining
With a price tag of $74.99, the Kensington Si750m LE resides at the top end of the wireless mouse market.
Price$ 74.99 (AUD)
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The minute we saw the Kensington Si750m wireless mouse, we couldn't stop from exclaiming how cute it was.
The Kensington Si750m LE fits into the palm of your hand – even better for slipping into a slim laptop case and while connecting a mouse isn't exactly complicated at the best of times, this is quite literally plug (the wireless receiver into my laptop's USB port) and play. Within 30 seconds the PC had registered the Kensington Si750m LE and we were clicking away.
The Kensington Si750m LE also features a light that flashes red to indicate the battery has 40 per cent or less life left in it, although Kensington claims that the battery will last for six months use.
Bundled with the USB receiver, which when the mouse is not in use can be concealed within its body.
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