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by Steven B. Combs, Ph.D. tags: mouse - wireless - unbox - firstuse - review - peripherals - pointer
My trusty 2010 Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 gave up the electronic ghost this past week. Over time, the device became less trustworthy. Is ten years the life span of an electronic rodent? Not sure, but the mouse served me well until recently when the cursor began to lag and the connection to my Mac mini would drop.
Additionally, the Microsoft notebook mouse has always been small and my goal for a new mouse was to be better fit my hand. Selecting a Logitech or another Microsoft mouse would generally be my goto options; however, like web cams during COVID-19, there’s a hefty markup on premium brands. After some research, I decided to try an off-brand called VictSing and purchase their VictSing Wireless Mouse (#ad).
I choose the mouse because of the features below:
Seemed like a good deal financially and just what I was looking for with respect to hardware and features. Let’s find out what’s in the box, how easy it was to use, and a few final thoughts.
Watch the video below and then read on for my additional thoughts on this device.
Below are the links I mention in the video:
My final thoughts are always a numbered list. Here’s the list for this device:
That’s it for now. I do update and timestamp posts when modifications and additions are made, so feel free to check back later and make sure you add this site to your RSS feeds.
Drop your questions about the mouse below or in the comments section at YouTube. Happy to provide answers.