Tuesday, December 3rd 2013

Rapoo Unveils the 7100P, 5 GHz Wireless Optical Mouse

Rapoo, a leading manufacturer of wireless peripheral products, launches the 7100P, a 5 GHz wireless optical mouse that creates a smoother user experience while working on a laptop or desktop. The advanced technology is loaded into a sleek package for a comfortable grip and supreme usability.

"The 5GHz wireless connectivity differs from the typical 2.4 GHz due to its impenetrability," says Bob Blankert, Global Sales Director of Rapoo. "The signals of the 7100P aren't easily obstructed by furniture or other objects. Additionally, Bluetooth and WiFi don't easily interfere with the 7100P so you will always have a dependable, steady connection."

The optical mouse offers four-way scrolling: up, down or side to side. This movement allows you to accurately and consistently control the mouse while perusing documents or browsing the web. The scroll wheel boasts a rubberized texture for easy gripping and precision use. Additionally, the 7100P offers two programmable buttons on the left side of the mouse, and the "invisible" optical engine within the mouse gives out no light when in use.

Users can instantly switch between 500 and 1000 DPI because of the adjustable high-definition tracking engine by simply clicking the button located underneath the scroll wheel. The lower DPI ensures accuracy whereas the higher DPI is designed for faster movement ideal for gaming.

The 7100P wireless optical mouse runs on two included AA batteries, and there is an on/off button located underneath the mouse. The miniature USB receiver plugs right into the USB on your computer, and can be stored away for safekeeping in a slot located within the battery compartment.

The 7100P Wireless Optical Mouse is available at Walmart.com and Amazon.com for $24.99 MSRP in black, red, green or gray.
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4 Comments on Rapoo Unveils the 7100P, 5 GHz Wireless Optical Mouse

#1
Sasqui
That's part bullshit. 2.4 Ghz travels better through objects then 5 Ghz. The interference part is true, however.
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#2
xvi
Less interference, yes, but 5GHz doesn't go through nearly as much as Honestly, that's a feature. If your neighbor has the same mouse, you don't want interference from them.

Also, I'm pretty sure it still has issues with WiFi. IIRC, 5.8GHz wireless spans from approximately 5.3 to 5.8. The public spectrum for non-WiFi should be 5.7 to 5.8. I work for a WISP and we avoid 5.7 to 5.8 like the plague if we can help it due to non-WiFi devices blasting whatever they want in that range.
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#3
Prima.Vera
Who games with wireless mouse anyways??
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xvi
by: Prima.Vera
Who games with wireless mouse anyways??
I don't even like to use wireless mice for casual stuff.
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