Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Sir, I think It will work. Everything is fine without the exception of " Wavering ". It is literally not a problem. It is a common problem in every optical mouse. But this inconvenience increases in the wireless mouses. Be aware of keeping every working equipment away from the mouse to prevent magnetic field repulsion. This is caused because of every machine sends electro-signals when doing work ( it will also be in a torch !! ). Thus also be aware to keep off magnets from the wireless mouse. Please reply to tell me about your doubts.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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