The Sim claims to have a range of 10m or 30ft. Both seemed to do the job. I ended up giving the mouse to a friend who was in need of a mouse. Performance on the mouse was good. I found out by placing out your fingers in the back where the rubber meets the plastic and squeezing, the door opens.
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Back view view large image. It comes in varying tones of grayish-blue. The package view large image.
I would say it is a medium grade plastic. The Sim and receiver view large image.
Kensington Sim Notebook Wireless Optical Mouse Overview – CNET
View of receiver inside the mouse kesnington large image. I never had any dropout issues or lag of any kind. View with receiver removed from inside the mouse view large image. Ergonomics are very important when using your computer and you will find that this mouse does not fall short in that department.
There is a chrome accent piece around the wheel to give it a touch of class. The Sim claims to have a range of 10m or 30ft. I also plugged it into my desktop just for fun.
Update Unrecognized Zip Code. See any errors on this page? It worked on all surfaces without a hitch. No Longer Available Update Location close. I tend to be more sensitive to this. When the receiver is inside the mouse, it automatically turns off the mouse. I just got an MP3 player from Dell that took me 15 minutes to open, but that story is for another day.
The scroll wheel action was very smooth. Visit our network of sites: Be the first to review this item.
Kensington Si650m – mouse – RF – black, silver
Opening the back reveals two battery slots and a cubby hole kensingyon the receiver. This freedom makes the mouse easier to use and ideal for such intense activities as computer gaming as well as fine detail work such as photo editing.
Both seemed to do the job.
Kensington claims the Sim has a battery life of nine months. Its compact size allows you to easily throw it in your laptop carrying case.
Kensington Sim Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse Review
The Sim is a good choice for those kkensington for an inexpensive wireless notebook mouse. Being able to click-close is something I miss a lot when using a laptop. She was impressed with its performance as well. I plugged the receiver into the notebook and the mouse started working immediately, no software install required. The Sim has a mouse utility that comes with it. It installs itself in the mouse properties on control panel.
Left side view view large image. The setup program has this feature which greatly pleases sl650m. It has darker rubberized grips on the side designed to provide grip and comfort. Reviews 0 Write a review.