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Very solid, holds up well in punishing conditions, Good feel, high laser sensitivity, Rear hinge great for travel and comfort.
Idering companies have failed at making good mobile mice for years, Mad Catzí first attempt is surprisingly good. The Eclipse Mobile Mouse has a sturdy build thanks to a metal frame and sits at either an incline or flat on a surface thanks to an adj
By PC Advisor on May 26, 2011
A couple of quibbles aside the Christmas-cracker scrollball and loose battery cover the Eclipse mobilemouse is a functional, smart-looking travel mouse. The flat-box, squarish shape sacrifices a little comfort even when raised by the...
By About.com on May 24, 2011
At $59.99, the Eclipse MobileMouse is a bit pricier than your average wireless mouse, but its solid construction makes it a fair price. If you think you would benefit from side-to-side scrolling, I would take a look at this rugged option. Disclosure:...
By GadgetReview on December 14, 2010
Pros:Very solid, holds up well in punishing conditions Good feel, high laser sensitivity Rear hinge great for travel and comfort Cons:May be too big for some users No Bluetooth; requires included dongle Mobile mice are usually crap. They aren’t...
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