Subject: General Tech | August 17, 2011 - 05:40 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: wireless mouse, low power, apace
The Apacer Blue Engine Mouse M721 will not impress gamers looking for huge DPI ratings. What separates it from the rat pack are three power saving modes which allow Real World Labs to use the mouse and its two AAA batteries over 4 days of fairly heavy usage without draining it. As well, it utilizes Bluetooth so you do not have to worry about lines of sight while you are using, especially handy as the mouse wil function on any surface. Just don't sit at a table with the laptop on top while using the mouse on your jeans below the table ... it will look bad.
"The latest Blue Engine Mouse M721 by Apacer may not dazzle you with its speed and features but its blue engine tracking sensor and three power saving modes are more than sufficient enough to give it an edge over similar wireless solutions."
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