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Wireless Mouse








Connecting the Mouse to the Computer
*NOTE: The Mouse should already be connected to the computer. Follow the instructions only in the event that the mouse becomes unconnected to the computer for some reason.

1. Retrieve the micro USB dongle stored inside the battery compartment by opening the battery door as shown in Installing the Rechargeable Batteries section. Close the door.
2. Connect the micro USB receiver dongle to an available USB port on the computer. Wait for the computer to go through its default process of recognizing the new hardware and installing the built-in native mouse driver. You don’t need to do anything while the computer is going through the installation of a new device.
3. The mouse should be functional at this point.
4. If for any reason the mouse does not function correctly, i.e. no cursor movements or sluggish cursor movements, there may be other wireless devices in the vicinity operating in the same radio frequency channel. The mouse can be reset to another channel by pressing on the connect button located on the top of the micro USB receiver dongle while it’s plugged in to the computer’s USB port, and pressing the connect button located at the bottom of the mouse. This will switch the mouse and the receiver to a different channel to avoid interference.

Recharging the Mouse
*NOTE: Please make sure the mouse is recharging when you are not using the computer.

1. Plug the USB connector of the charging cable into one of the computer’s USB ports.
2. Connect the barrel-tip end of the USB charging cable to the mouse’s charge port located at the front end of the mouse.
3. The power-indicator LED flashes green indicating the battery power is low and turns to solid green when full charged.
4. The mouse is operational during charging; you can continue to use the mouse while charging it via the USB charge cable.

Using the Mouse
When the mouse is inactive for 10 minutes it will automatically shut off the optical sensor. To wake it up, click on the left or right button on the mouse. The mouse should now be operational. The mouse includes left and right click buttons and a scrolling wheel. The mouse can be used while plugged into or unplugged from the recharging cord.

To use the presenter part of the mouse, slide the plastic casing down to expose additional buttons.

Upper-Left Button: Previous Page
Upper-Center Button: Laser Pointer
Upper-Right Button: Next Page
Lower-Left Button: Application Switch
Lower-Center Button: ESC
Lower-Right Button: Dark Screen/Resume


  • Make sure the mouse is turned on by checking the on/off switch located at the bottom of the mouse before using it.
  • Conserve the battery power by switching the on/off switch to the “off” position if the mouse will not be in use for a while.
  • The optical mouse works best in non-reflective, non-white surfaces. If cursor movements are lagging, placing the mouse on a mousepad will help.
  • When the mouse cursor behaves erratically check the power-indicator LEF for the power status. Recharge the mouse if necessary.
  • The mouse stays connected to the computer even when it is turned off. If for any reason the connection to the system is lost or interference is detected, first check if the micro USB receiver dongle is plugged in to the computer’s USB port, then verify that the mouse is within the 33 foot range from the computer. If the connection is lost, follow the “Connecting the Mouse to the Computer” instructions to reconnect the mouse.
  • Make sure the sliding cover is closed when the mouse is not in use.