Packaging

The Genius Traveler 9010LS comes in a clear plastic package, with a full color insert that has a glossy metallic look. The front of the box shows a top-down view of the mouse and its tiny USB receiver that is included. Also on the front you are shown that this is a 2.4Ghz wireless laser mouse. You get a first glance at the features of the Darkeye Laser Engine. Which will allow the mouse to work on some surfaces that you may not expect (nor ever tried), like marble, carpet, your couch sofa, or even glass. You will also see that the mouse works for Windows® (A Windows® 7 logo is shown) or Mac.

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On the right side you will see a trimmed down version of the info that is on the front side. Over on the left side you will see a list of the system requirements.

 

-        Windows® 7/Vista/XP

-        Mac OS X 10.4 or Later

-        Available USB Port

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On this same panel you will find a list of the package contents.

 

-       Wireless Mouse

-       USB Pico receiver

-       Stick–N-Go mount

-       AA alkaline battery

-       Multi-language user manual

 

On the back you will see another image of the mouse and a series of smaller images showing a longer list of the many features on this mouse.

Which includes:

Darkeye

Laser tracks on surfaces like clear glass and lacquered desks so it works whenever you go

2.4 Ghz Technology

Anti-interference and power saving

Adjustable DPI

Adjust the speed and precision of your mouse from 800/1200/1600 dpi

Two-in-One slot

Storage for the Pico receiver and the Stick-N-Go mount 

Stick-N-Go

Allows you to clip your mouse onto your notebook for secure travel

Battery

Convenient battery compartment design for an AA or AAA battery

Other Features:

Works on Glass Surfaces

Magic Roller – Lets you click the Mouse roller to glide up and down web pages and documents.

 

 

 

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Myndmelt's Avatar
Myndmelt replied the topic: #28510 28 Nov 2012 18:45
My first review!
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Wingless92 replied the topic: #28511 28 Nov 2012 20:25
Nice little mouse for sure. The only complaint that I have about it is that its wireless. I hate having to buy/look/recharge battery's. I wish they made a wired version. Nice that it works on a bunch of different surfaces though.
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Dreyvas replied the topic: #28512 28 Nov 2012 21:04

Wingless92 wrote: Nice little mouse for sure. The only complaint that I have about it is that its wireless. I hate having to buy/look/recharge battery's. I wish they made a wired version. Nice that it works on a bunch of different surfaces though.


I usually have the same issue, but the batteries in these things last AGES. Like, six months to a year, usually. So it's not too bad.
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Myndmelt replied the topic: #28552 06 Dec 2012 19:28
Yeah I think the key is to remember the on/off switch on it and save some battery life :laugh:
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Wooderson replied the topic: #28554 06 Dec 2012 20:35
Congrats on the review, Its a good read.

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