Razer Pro|Solutions Pro|Click Mobile Review 3

Razer Pro|Solutions Pro|Click Mobile Review

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Introduction

Razer is one of the top manufacturers of high performance gaming mice, but now Razer has moved on and expanded their expertise into notebook mice. With the latest release of the Razer Pro|Solutions Pro|Click mobile, Razer has created a laptop mouse. One which doesn't need drivers or anything else than a pair of AA batteries and a Bluetooth capable PC in order to function.

The Razer Pro|Click Mobile is made for all you people on the move who want a decent wireless mouse that is easy to carry around. What sets the Pro|Click Mobile apart from the competition, besides being cordless, is the fact that it sports a 1200 DPI optical sensor which can function on a large variety of surfaces. The Pro|Click Mobile uses Bluetooth to connect to your PC so you don't have to carry a receiver around like with conventional wireless mice. Now let's see how this interesting blend of technologies works in real life scenarios.

Specifications

  • 1200 DPI optical sensor
  • Bluetooth 2.0 with Adaptive Frequency Hopping
  • Ambidextrous design for comfortable fit
  • Long battery life enables continuous usage
  • Travel pouch for protection and portability
  • Available in 4 colours

The Package


The Pro|Click Mobile ships in a small cardboard box. On the front of the box you can see what the mouse inside looks like, and on the back you can read about its features and other Pro|Solutions products.


On the back of the package you can see all of the four different colors this little laptop mouse is available in. The one I got for review is "Spicy Red". With four different colors available I think it's safe to say that you can get the color that you like the best, whether you like a clean black/white design or the funky red/pink variant.


Inside the package you find a styrofoam box. The mouse and battery is sitting within this box. In my opinion the mouse lays very well protected inside this "double package".


One of the things that surprised me a bit is that Razer actually ships some batteries with this mouse. So you basically get everything you need in order to get started immediately besides a laptop with Bluetooth connectivity. In addition to mouse and batteries you also get a stylish carrying bag for the mouse. The manual is quite comprehensive and translated into a lot of languages, even Danish!

Since this mouse is a Bluetooth one you will need either a Bluetooth capable laptop or desktop PC. Now a Bluetooth dongle can be had for about €15/$20 if you want to use this mouse with your stationary PC. Most new laptops have a Bluetooth adapter built into them.
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