Have you ever seen a Laser Mouse? As for setting the double click, I have no option anywhere that allows me to. Believe it or not, it really only takes a few minutes to become proficient at surfing through webpages from a couch. Below is a trigger button which takes the place of the standard left-hand button on a mouse. Yes, my password is: Sign up for free , it takes 30 seconds. I have an Acrox model MOP laser mouse and no matter WHAT I set my mouse options to right now at slowest possible double click setting whenever I click the left button, I will almost always end up getting a double click.
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As for setting the double click, I have no option anywhere that allows me to. Acrox Trigger – Laser Mouse Review. No batteries are required for the signal receiver, and both components can be easily transported for your next out of town presentation.
The laser can be activated by a central button moue just behind the track ball. No, create an account now. The double click setting I was referring to is in control panel mouse options.
Add your comment to this article You need to be a member to leave a comment. Granted you can’t type in anything, but at least you can look around. Believe it or not, it really only takes a few minutes to become proficient at surfing through webpages from a couch.
I checked their website Join the community here. I would have to say that my first impressions of this portable RF-based pointer device were set aside when I realized how useful and easy it was to operate. Already have an account? Anyway, go lsser this Acrox site Click heredownload the driver zip file.
Yes, my password is: It’s a USB mouse if it makes any difference.
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Well, regardless of the speed of the double click, if the button is set to double click it will always double click. Select the one for laseg model and unzip it. I have an Acrox model MOP lzser mouse and no matter WHAT I set my mouse options to right now at slowest possible double click setting whenever I click the left button, I will almost always end up getting a double click.
When you unzip this file, you’ll find more zipped files. Best of all the, the built-in laser is just too much fun to pass up! TechSpot is dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. Have you ever used a laser mouse?
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