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Wednesday, 30 January 2008 10:38

More Pleomax mice reviewed - 3. Samsung Pleomax Laser Mouse

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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Review: Once a mouse, always a mouse


 

Samsung Pleomax Laser Mouse

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Its dimensions doomed it to be a notebook mouse and to always sit in bag pockets, but its performance made it, at least for us, one of the best mice we’ve seen from Pleomax. It has 2 buttons, a scroll-wheel, and its dimensions are 94x53x33mm and it weighs around 80 grams.

Resolution of 1600dpi makes this mouse really precise. If it was a little bit bigger and had two additional buttons, we’re confident that many gamers would choose it for their arsenal. This way, it’s bound to become a notebook helper. On the other hand, that doesn’t have to be that bad; at least it will see the world.


Conclusion:

If you’re looking for a notebook mouse, and you still haven’t decided on which one you want – we sincerely recommend this model. Just like with the previous models, the price is great – only about 13 Euro.

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