NATURAL WIRELESS LASER MOUSE 7000 : TECHNICAL PRO WM 200 2 CHANNEL WIRELESS MICROPHONE SYSTEM.
Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 7000
- a type of computer mousing device that uses a laser beam rather than a ball to track the movement of the user's hand. The laser mouse supersedes and is more sensitive than the optical mouse, which superseded the conventional ball mouse.
- radio: medium for communication
- Lacking or not requiring wires
- having no wires; "a wireless security system"
- transmission by radio waves
- A thing that is particularly suited for something
- in accordance with nature; relating to or concerning nature; "a very natural development"; "our natural environment"; "natural science"; "natural resources"; "natural cliffs"; "natural phenomena"
- someone regarded as certain to succeed; "he's a natural for the job"
- A person regarded as having an innate gift or talent for a particular task or activity
- A sign (?) denoting a natural note when a previous sign or the key signature would otherwise demand a sharp or a flat
- a notation cancelling a previous sharp or flat
- 7000 (seven thousand) is the natural number following 6999 and preceding 7001.
- 7000 can mean: * 7th millennium * 7000 (number)
Nerd Centre Update
I'm trying out the latest Microsoft keyboard - a Wireless Entertainment 7000 - in place of the Apple Pro keyboard that came with my MacPro. To be honest, the Apple keyboard and mouse caused my hands to ache. This keyboard is super-thin, with a nice action and a "natural" curve. Sadly, many of the extra cool functions (iTunes controller, built-in directional pointer, mouse click buttons) aren't supported on the Mac, even with third party drivers. The laser mouse feels nicer than the Apple mouse. The entire set-up is BlueTooth-based, and the base-station thingy is only to recharge the mouse.
My new Laser G7 wireless mouse!
LASER, 2000dpi and 2 hotswapable batteries, oh yea!
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