|Item model number||AMW15US|
|Operating System||Mac OS X 10.1 Puma, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows me 2000|
|Item Weight||7.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.5 x 7 x 2.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||8.5 x 7 x 2.5 inches|
|Power Source||Battery operated|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||September 14, 2004|
Targus Notebook Rechargeable Laser Mouse (AMW15US)
|Connectivity Technology||Wireless, USB, Radio Frequency|
|Movement Detection Technology||Optical, Laser|
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The Targus Notebook Wireless Rechargeable Laser Mouse utilizes the latest in laser technology providing 20 times more tracking sensitivity than typical optical mice the result greater accuracy and improved use on shiny surfaces. Never worry about dead batteries again with the rechargeable batteries and USB charge cable that charges even while in use. Workspace will stay uncluttered and free from cables and data transmission is precise thanks to convenient RF wireless technology.
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Now the bad. As others have said, there is only one button for pairing, for turning the mouse off and turning the mouse on. That's a terrible design because it's often difficult to know if the mouse is on or off (there's no indicator light) and the instructions from Targus are confusing. Second, the clicks of the mouse are the loudest of any computer mouse I've ever used and I've used many different mice over the past 30 years. In a relatively quiet office setting, the mouse clicks will annoy people nearby. They are LOUD! This was the main reason that I stopped using this mouse. Third, skin cells, dirt and grit build in in the rubber ribs on the sides of the mouse. It's necessary to use something like a toothbrush and some Windex to clean between the ribs--a paper towel won't work.
I've gone back to the Apple Magic mouse. My wife uses a Microsoft Bluetooth mouse with her Macs--the Sculpt mouse--and it appears to be what the Targus mouse should have been. It also has a dedicated on/off switch and the mouse clicks are relatively quiet. It's also easy to clean.
If you don't have the connection issues and if you can stand the loud mouse clicks, it's a decent mouse.
That has been my problem. I just checked my orders with amazon for this mouse. I have ordered 6 in the last 3 years. They usually last about a year. One lasted less than 6 months. I am here on amazon ordering 2 more to replace the last two that just died. (I do use my 2 computers and especially my mice a lot.) At this price, chasing down the warranty is not worth my time. And I do like this mouse. At least the price is good. I do recommend this mouse as long as you're ok with replacing it about once a year.
-Easy three button left/right/scroll
-Smooth scrolling (No annoying clicking!)
-Probably battery life
-LED battery indicator
-No carry pouch was included
This mouse has good weight once the batteries are in and it will serve most every user. The weirdest thing about the mouse though is the weird battery holder. It's like a battery holder/bridge to support the removable top from squeezing in. I wish there was a pouch to carry it but that really doesn't matter too much in the end.
NEW EDIT 5/17/12
The left click button is starting to give me some issues. It clicks, but I have to push a bit further for the left click menu to show