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Mouse Needs Batteries

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Xia’s explanation of why an unplugged computer mouse doesn’t work – “It needs batteries”. And no this is not a sophisticated wireless mouse that would need b…
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Logitech MX 1000 Mouse – how to replace Battery

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MX 1000 how to replace Battery


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Mouse battery/Bluetooth PCB

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Mouse battery/Bluetooth PCB
Computer Batteries

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Disassembly of a Rocketfish Bluetooth mouse and keyboard combo.


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Razer Orochi Unboxing – The World’s First Gaming Notebook Mouse

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This shows you everything you get inside the box when you open your Razer Orochi and Razer Kabuto. The Razer Orochi brings mobile gaming mouse standards to new heights with its small form factor and bleeding-edge technology. Equipped with a gaming-grade laser sensor and dual mode wired/wireless functionality, the Razer Orochi uses Bluetooth technology to address your need for portability and ease of use with a wired mode option for gaming grade performance. Gaming on the go is now possible www.razerzone.com Special thanks to our friends over at Sonance Lab for the recording/mix/and music. (www.sonancelab.com).


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Mouse battery/Bluetooth PCB

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Mouse battery/Bluetooth PCB
Computer Battery

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Disassembly of a Rocketfish Bluetooth mouse and keyboard combo.

En mi mochila // In my bag
Computer Battery

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Todas mis cosas en la silla que uso para el ordenador

All my stuff on the chair what i use with my personal computer


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Mouse

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Mouse
Computer Battery

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Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000 mirrored on a black background

Geek out: Power protection
Computer Battery

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Tuesday night geek out part 2: power protection. Not something many people consider when they buy a computer, but it’s definitely important for reliable operation. This is under my main desk where most of my computer equipment resides. From left-to-right:

APC Back-UPS ES 550 (Model BE550G). Pretty basic UPS with stepped-wave output and no real bells and whistles. Provides emergency power to my Synology NAS, which it can run for at least 30 minutes. Also provides surge protection to various other devices on my desk such as the printer, Wi-Fi router, etc. It has a USB connection to the NAS to provide for safe shutdown.

APC Line-R 1200 (Model LE1200). Automatic voltage regulator (AVR) that feeds the aforementioned Back-UPS ES 550 which doesn’t have a built-in AVR. I didn’t used to bother with AVRs but for awhile power quality at my house was very poor and brownouts killed a UPS and an LCD monitor, so I installed a couple on some of my more sensitive (and expensive) equipment. It’s not something I think everyone needs (depending on the condition of the power grid where you live) but I’ve found it to help in a few situations. One being the problems I had at home, and the other is at work. I have a portable 480v piece of industrial equipment that provides onboard 120v power to a computer that controls it, and we kept having blue screens and other failures with the computer. I figured the power quality wasn’t very good. Putting in an AVR solved the issues.

APC Smart-UPS 1500 (Model SUA1500). Fairly popular UPS. I actually got this one for free, which was a great deal. My company had several they suddenly retired so I made sure to grab one. It still has a good battery. This is a much nicer UPS which provides a sine-wave output and has built-in AVR. It runs my iMac i7 2.8Ghz 27" and a USB hub connected to the computer which it can do for over 30 minutes. It also has a USB connection to provide safe shutdown on the Mac.

Beyond this equipment, I also have a couple APC Line-R 600 AVRs for other parts of my home (lower wattage version of the Line-R 1200), an additional Smart-UPS 1500 (needs new battery), an APC Back-UPS ES 350 that isn’t in use (was using it with my DVR), and of course surge suppressors on anything remotely important. As I can afford to I’m slowly replacing some of my cheap surge suppressors with Tripp-Lite ISOBAR suppressors which I’ve dealt with at work and are the king of surge suppressors.

If you spend serious money on electronics, it’s worth spending serious money on protecting them. You never know when you’ll need it!


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Newton Peripherals MoGo Wireless Bluetooth Mouse Review

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Visit tiger.tv for complete specs, pricing, and availability on the Newton Peripherals MoGo Wireless Bluetooth Mouse. When you use your notebook often, you know how easy it is for your ‘regular mouse’ to get lost, fall or be forgotten while you succumb to the dreaded touchpad. Well, to the rescue is Mogo Mouse. MoGo MouseBT is the first in a family of mobile products. This technologically advanced wonder, featuring patent-pending optics, an intelligent battery management system with an integrated, minute battery that recharges in just minutes inside your laptop. MoGo MouseBT is a business-card sized, Bluetooth-enabled mouse that stores and recharges neatly inside…that’s right, inside…your laptop computer’s PC card slot when it’s not being used. MoGo MouseBT is a technologically advanced wonder, featuring patent-pending optics and a system that automatically levers the mouse up into your hand as you work. With no batteries to replace, the MoGo MouseBT recharges in less than an hour in the PC card slot of your laptop. MoGo MouseBT is specifically designed for road warriors who hate carrying around full-sized, bulky mice, but who also despise laptop trackpads and trackpoints. MoGoMouseBT provides them with a solution to their problem, making it easier for them to work on the road. Other mice, even those meant for road warriors, just don’t cut it. Mini-mice (the “walnut shells”) get lost in your hand and are difficult to maneuver, and the ideas of carrying a full-sized
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Swiftpoint Mouse Review – BWOne.com

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bwone.com twitter.com Swiftpoint Mouse site – www.americas.futuremouse.com For pics and full review head over to bwone.com We’ve all had to deal with the pain of using a laptop touchpad to try to get the work done of a regular mouse and the experience is less than stellar. Swiftpoint Mouse is here to change all that and give you the best mouse experience you’ve ever had on a laptop. Does it stand up to its claim. Design & Hardware The design philosophy behind the Swiftpoint was to aim for a more comfortable feel when using it on your laptop. They found though though the near two years of testing and development that a pen like grip was the best way to go and prototyped 50 different models to get to the design they have now. From a hardware aspect the mouse has a solid build quality and comfortable grips that feel good on your fingertips. Another major key in design was portability and with the mini usb docking station they have achieved probably the best portability a laptop mouse could have. The magnet has a solid grip and no matter how you shake it the mouse will stay put. The mouse has 1000dpi range and a cool quick charge feature that if you leave it on the charger for 30 seconds you will get a 1 hour charge and if you leave it on for a full 90 minutes you will get 2-4 weeks of battery life. Overall hardware design is solid and the best portability and battery life I’ve seen for a laptop mouse…. For Full Review head over to bwone.com
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