Just left click once and it will re-boot. The device has an
energy saving hibernation mode which kicks in when not being moved
They fit in the trunk. Spare batteries can be carried inside a
special sleeve inside the carrying pouch.
Place your thumb on the rear windshield and slide it backwards
towards the rear of the car. The lid should just pop up. If it is a bit stiff
you may need to help it to lift with your finger nail.
Close it down and push the lid gently towards the front of the
YES. Looking at the rear of the car you should have the + end
showing on the left battery and the - on the right battery before locking them
down into the holder.
Yes. Its a good idea as they last much longer.
This depends on how much you use the device. Like all wireless
devices, they use energy which is not replaced as in the case of a wired
device. Different brands last longer like Duracell. The best solution is to
use re-chargeable ones and carry a small USB charger with you.
NO. Each mouse is individually paired with its
YES. Everything will re-boot together. Be careful when placing
your laptop into a bag if you have left the receiver in it.
Keep an eye on the website as new models will be published
It has an in-built cut off when not in use which hibernates to
save energy. Simply left click and it will re-boot. Alternatively if you
remove the receiver from your laptop the mouse will close down
Sometimes the USB port that you are putting the receiver in has
been in-explicably blocked by another device. Try putting the receiver in
another port and give it a few minutes to re-find the device.
Some docking stations prefer the receiver being placed in the USB
port on the actual laptop. Others prefer to use the USB on the station. Try
different ports. There is always one that will work.
No. The software is built in to the device and is automatic on
inserting the receiver and the batteries (the right way round).
PC - Windows
XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, USB port
Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later, USB port
All major cards.
Your batteries need changing.
Try changing batteries. Alternatively you can move the USB
receiver to another port nearer to the mouse, sometimes there is a physical
obstacle between the mouse and the USB receiver. The closer the receiver is to
the actual mouse the better the response and battery life will be.
Make sure the receiver is in the computer USB port on your
computer. Check the batteries are in the right way round.
1. Plug the receiver into the USB hub again.
Install batteries (the right way round).
3. Press 3 buttons together (left,
middle, right) for 5-10 seconds until lights stop
Then the connection will rebuild again when you left click the