Kensington MP230L Performance - mouse - 2.4 GHz - black

Mfg.Part: K72453WW | CDW Part: 3687412 | UNSPSC: 43211708
  • Mouse
  • right and left-handed
  • laser
  • 7 buttons
  • wireless
  • 2.4 GHz
  • USB wireless receiver
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This item was discontinued on June 18, 2018

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Main Features
  • Mouse
  • right and left-handed
  • laser
  • 7 buttons
  • wireless
  • 2.4 GHz
  • USB wireless receiver
  • black
The MP230L Performance Mouse removes almost any limitation your current mouse might have, with a combination of wireless freedom and precision tracking on even the most difficult surfaces. A unique track-on-glass sensor uses a high-definition laser that will follow your hand movements on a wide variety of desk surfaces. The 2.4GHz wireless connection via a USB nano receiver means there are no cords to clutter up your desk. The mouse is full-sized, offering complete comfort in an ergonomic, ambidextrous design thats ideal for either right-handed or left-handed users. In addition to the traditional two-button and scroll wheel top, side buttons offer quicker browser navigation. DPI adjustment buttons allow you to control the cursor tracking speed. And with Plug & Play installation, youll be up and clicking almost the instant you plug in.

Kensington MP230L Performance - mouse - 2.4 GHz - black is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Hello, my name is Bernie and I am a CADD designer for a civil engineering firm. I was having hand and arm cramps with the mouse I was given starting this position so I asked for permission to purchase a mouse that better fit my larger hand. My two best choices where I made the purchase were the Kensington MP230L or the Logitech MX. I chose the Kensington because it was a little more than half the price of the Logitech. The fit and feel of the mouse is satisfactory and the button layout is good, and it fits my hand well. (side note) I honestly don't understand why there a not more choices for mouse size out there. The one size fits all does not work. Each mouse manufacture ought to be like glove makers and offer small, medium, large, extra large. The only issue I have been having with the device is it seems to randomly change its resolution while I am using it and the cursor movement slows way down, especially in the CADD program. I have moved the res up and down with the featured button on the device and it still does the same thing. The problem though is I don't know if it's the mouse, the Windows 10 driver, the CADD program, or the graphics card causing the issue. Since I don't have the Logitech to compare it's difficult to rate the Kensington. If anyone has used both your insight would be greatly appreciated.
Date published: 2017-01-09
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