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2.4GHz Wireless Optical Pen Mouse Adjustable 500/1000DPI for PC Android Gray
Innovative mini pen-style mouse provides accurate and easy control of the mouse cursor.
2.4GHz wireless connection, up to 10m operation distance.
Adjustable 500/1000 DPI optical sensor for smooth movement control.
Power saving: if there is no 2.4GHz signal, it will automatically power off.
Pen shaped, especially suitable for handwriting input.
Real Plug and Play, no extra driver needed.
Low voltage alarm function, reminds you to replace battery in time.
Designed with a wheel for page turning during PPT presentation.
Color: black + gray
Tracing system: optical
Operation frequency: 2.4GHz ~ 2.483GHz
Operation distance: up to 10 meters, 360°
Resolution adjustable: 500/1000cpi
Operating current: 15mA
System requirement: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7, Linux, Mac OS, Android OS (with standard USB interface)
Battery type: 1 * AAA Battery (not included)
Item size: approx. 14 * 2.3 * 1.5cm / 5.5 * 0.9 * 0.6in
Package size: 18 * 12 * 4.5cm / 7.1 * 4.7 * 1.8in
Package weight: 96g / 3.4oz
1 * Pen Mouse
1 * USB 2.4GHz Receiver
1 * Mount
based on 86 Customer Reviews
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By Deb Loves To Read
June 28, 2018
I love this! The Docooler 2.4GHz Wireless Optical Pen Mouse is really easy to use. I am still in the process of learning Photoshop, so sometimes I still find myself custom cropping images and this pen mouse makes it feel as if I'm just drawing. I bought it for that very reason and it's working perfectly. The only challenge will be not losing it! It's very light and I foresee myself misplacing it many times over. Thank goodness it's inexpensive! I've recommended this to my whole family!
June 26, 2018
Great product. Fits in the curve of your hand like a giant pencil. My hand isn't very steady anyway, so I can't say if you sign an online document it will be like actually signing on paper. I'm not an artist either, so aside from that, it's just a different way of holding a mouse. It glides smooth on any surdace I've used and its fairly reaponsive. It's got 3 "speeds" and you can definitely tell the difference. Sturdy so far, I haven't dropped it yet, so I hope it lasts me awhile.
By Runner Girl
June 25, 2018
I purchased this mouse because I was getting shoulder pain and thought it was because of the way I held the mouse, so I purchased this to try something new. So far, it has been great. I'm also left handed, but have not had any issues with the buttons. Only took a little while to get used to it. The "left click" button is in an odd spot on the left of the pen, but I can deal with that: not really an ideal location for either a lefty or righty. Outside of that, the pen works great and no more shoulder pain!
By Kenneth Scott Davis
June 24, 2018
It took all of three minutes to get it working. Pop in a 'AAA' battery, connect the USB dongle. Done! I'm dominate on my right hand, but I write left handed. For me, holding this in my left hand is really easy. Primary mouse button is a click with the index finger, and secondary mouse is a movement with my middle finger. It works simultaneously with my existing mouse. Nothing to disconnect. I don't know battery life yet, but who cares. I got a stack of rechargeable 'AAA'. For about $10.00, you really can't go wrong. I intend to order two more, 1 for work, 1 for home and 1 to put in my laptop case.
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By Rosque E.
June 12, 2018
I have been looking for an alternative to a mouse and thought of the Wacom Bamboo tablet at first and this product showed up as well. The one feature that caught my eye was that there was no tablet for the pen and that it actually used light, as does a mouse, to navigate the cursor. I haven't seen or heard of this product before and read up on user reviews and decided to purchase it because it was inexpensive and I was comfortable with the reviews even though some users were not entirely happy about it. I have had this now for a few weeks and I love it! Its handy, easy to navigate with because it feels natural, the battery life is seems to last since installing once (just be sure to switch it off), and it feels accurate. There are only two buttons, left and right click, and with some practice you'll be able to master the right click. I also like that I can lean back on my chair and use the arm rest as a mouse pad with ease, also with the scroll I can scroll down pages as I read holding the mouse pen. I use this primarily for navigating around the screen and clicking windows, links on a website, move objects in windows and pasting to other folders, but not for graphic design or any other graphic application. Unlike a mouse, you can remove your hand and type what you need to then quickly back to the mouse, but with the pen you have to set it down then pick it up and situate the cursor. For what its worth, its a great alternative for a two button mouse.
By Raymond Chow
June 9, 2018
I give it a 5 because it lives up to the description. If you shake it, you can hear the buttons rattling, but it's not that big of a deal. The body of the mouse is pretty solid. The tail, which houses the battery seems pretty cheap, but again it's just the battery house. The cap is a tight fit so it's not like it's going to pop off easily and expose the battery. I'm not too sure how hard of a fall this mouse can take, but it seems sturdy enough to survive a desk height drop. The buttons and the wheel works fine. Distance-wise, I've only been able to test it for as far as 7~8ft but it works great (I don't see why anyone would be using a computer any further than that other than for presentations, which 7ft is reasonable enough). It's able to run on NEARLY every surface. I was absolutely amazed that I could use it on my blanket of all things. I could use it on my shirt, my hand, my bed sheets, but the one place I could not use it was a hard, mono-colored plastic board. I think it needs a multi-color surface to function properly. When I say it works on my blanket, I mean it works flawlessly picking up every detailed movement. Another good thing to note is that the tip of the mouse has a smooth coating which allows it to glide around on smooth surfaces easily, but note that you have to hold it at the right angle at all times to consistently be on the gliding coat. On the other hand, this second paragraph will be on the design. The first thing I noticed when I held this mouse was the on/off switch. When holding the mouse, the switch is right where your thumb meets your index finger. The switch isn't smooth either, it's rather rough; therefore, it continuously scratches against your skin. Of course it can be held a little closer to the tip to avoid this, but if you have big hands, I'd reconsider buying this. The left click is hard to press and it causes me to move the mouse in the downward direction when trying to click, which makes me miss my target. The right click requires you to move your thumb higher up on the mouse to click it, when compared to the left click, where the index finger is always on top of it. Finally, the only other complaint I have is that my left click button is crooked. It doesn't hinder it's function, but it just makes it look not-so-cool after all. Some final words and main things to consider: 1) It works fantastically! Plug and go as it says. 2) Design isn't that great, considering the button location and amount of force required to click. - If you have big hands, I don't recommend this mouse due to the on/off switch location. 3) I've used this on my Samsung TV, Windows Vista, and Windows 8 with no problems.
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By Jon K.
January 22, 2018
My wife had been bugging me to get one of these so I gave it a go. She loved it so much that she needed a second one for her office. When that one came in I decided to try it first and I liked it so I ordered one myself. 3 pens, in 3 different color, all working nice smooth.
By Mike Broadwell
January 15, 2018
I've been using pen mice for many years, after initially trying one to prevent discomfort in my arm caused by the standard mouse types. It's hard to find many out there, but this one has to be the best I've had so far. It has a nice feel, it works well, and the wireless connection is good. I don't use it to draw or anything special, but just in place of a regular mouse. Highly recommend it, especially if you have any discomfort or strain from using a mouse.
November 19, 2017
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