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Rapoo Releases the T120P Wireless Touch Mouse

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Feb 25, 2014.

  1. Cristian_25H

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    Rapoo's ergonomic T120P Wireless Touch Mouse is the ideal mobile accessory for laptop users. The Windows 8 compatible mouse boasts an ambidextrous design and runs on a reliable 5GHz wireless connection for a smooth and interference-free mobile experience.

    The T120P Wireless Touch Mouse features Smart Touch Zone technology and an intelligent 4D touch wheel with interactive vibrating feedback for easy navigation, replacing the need for a traditional mechanical scroll wheel. The T120P also features fast-scrolling - meaning with one simple swipe of a finger over the touch zone, users can quickly scroll through long documents, excel files and web pages.

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    Rapoo's T120P features a stylish design that combines smooth lines, a clear touch surface and seamless integration of left and right keys. The mouse also has a plug-and-forget nano receiver so small and unobtrusive that users can plug it into a USB port and never have to worry about it again.

    The lightweight, portable mouse is available in five fashionable hues - yellow, white, red, green or black - to match any user's style and personality. It is available now at Walmart.com and other retailers for $34.99 MSRP.
     
  2. manofthem

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    This might be interesting to try out, maybe for the wife's pc. Wonder how the quality is...
     
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    Looks a lot like the Microsoft Sculpt touch mouse. Just the radio interface standard is different. Bluetooth for Microsoft and more conventional here.
     

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