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Wednesday, 30 January 2008 10:38

More Pleomax mice reviewed

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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Review: Once a mouse, always a mouse


 

Today, we give you a sequel to our Pleomax mice review from a few days ago. So without further ado, let's see what they have to offer.

Samsung Pleomax Slim Mouse


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This is a nice looking optical mouse, and it goes by the codename SPM-4500. Due to its dimensions it's practical and would definitely be a great notebook mouse. This is a USB mouse, but Pleomax ships their PS/2 adapter in the package.

This mouse isn't quite ergonomic. It seems like the guys at Pleomax paid more attention to elegance and functionality, because SPM's 800 dpi is quite precise, but due to its design, it's not quite suited for long hours of work. The mouse has 2 buttons and a scroll wheel. It has a blue-colored LED lamp on the top, but the color sometimes changes to red or purple, which is also the case with the optical LED on the bottom.

Conclusion:

Dimensions and weight-wise, this mouse is a great choice for notebook users, but only those who choose elegance over ergonomics. Still, the price seems right, and you can get it for about 10 Euro.

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