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Rapoo Launches ‘M100’ Multi-Mode Wireless Mouse with Advanced Optical Sensor

By: DT News Network
July, 08, 2019

Rapoo announced its silent Mouse – ‘M100’ that reduces noise by over 90% than the traditional Mouse. Enjoy the sound of silence, and get all your work done without missing a beat or disturbing those around you.

The mouse brings the familiar click feeling, but without the annoying sound that bothers everyone around you. The ergonomically shaped design & high performance feet quietly glide over the desktop, with a smooth scroll wheel that completes the silent experience.

M100 intelligently connects to the working device. It simultaneously connects to up to 3 devices, and switches among them with ease. It simplifies complicated cross-platform use and meets multi-tasking requirements. The smart switch between Bluetooth 3.0, 4.0 and 2.4G ensures stable wireless transmission. You can still use your mouse regardless of USB port shortage or the loss of receiver.

The 1300 DPI tracking, improves speed, accuracy and reliability without the hassle of a clogged mouse ballThe smooth and precise tracking brings in an ultimate navigation experience. With Rapoo's energy saving technology and power switch, you can use your mouse without power interruption for up to 9 months.

The advanced optical sensor keeps the mouse precisely on point and allows you to work on most of the surfaces. With no pairing and software to install simply Plug & Play!

The product in 5 attractive colors, is available with leading retail and ecommerce stores in India. 

 

 

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