2.4GHz Cordless* Optical Mouse, retail $6.94
Manufactured by (Unknown)
Last updated 08-09-13

The 2.4GHz Cordless Optical Mouse is...what else...an optical mouse that has no cord; it communicates with the computer via radio energy and a USB dongle.

* The word, "wireless" is normally associated with cellular telephony and other cellular communications, so this product would more correctly be called, "cordless".

 Size of product w/hand to show scale SIZE

To use the 2.4GHz Cordless Optical Mouse, plug the small dongle into any free USB port on your computer first. This is the cordless 2.40GHz radio receiver, and it needs to be connected in order for you to use the mouse.

Install two AAA cells (not included) into the mouse, and THEN you can write that 247Kb web page.

You may then use the mouse as you normally would.

To feed your mouse, turn it upside-down, unclip & remove the battery door, place it into a birdcage, clean out that cage (usually by sliding the {vulgar slang term for caca}-covered newspaper out and wadding those bitches up for disposal), and throw it into the dustbin (garbage can)...O WAIT!!! YOU'LL NEED THAT!!! So just set it aside instead!!!

If necessary, remove the tired old AAA cells, and dispose of or recycle them as you see fit.
Do not use your foot to push them under the Lazy-Boy where the dog might find them, do not attempt to flush them down the loo, and for Christ sakes please do not throw them over the side of a dock where they might hit a flounder on the way down to the sea bottom.

Install two new AAA cells into the battery compartment, orienting them so that their flat-ends (-) negatives face the springs for them in the compartments.

Place the battery door back on, turn the mouse right-side up, and start using it again.
Aren't you glad that you didn't toss that battery door into a birdcage with multiple layers of {vulgar slang term for bird poo-poo}-covered newspaper now?

The 2.4GHz Cordless Optical Mouse is designed to be a computer peripheral, so I won't try to stomp on it with spiked golf shoes, drown it in the commode, slam it against a steel rod, run over it with a 450lb electric wheelchair, smack it with the golf putter I purchased in late-2004 (to practise the game "Hole in One or Two" on The Price is Right), let my mother's big dog's ghost, her kitties, my kitty or my sister's kitty cat piddle (uranate) on it, hose it down with my mother's gun, run over it with a 450lb Quickie Pulse 6 motorised wheelchair, stomp on it, use a medium ball peen hammer in order to bash it open to check it for candiosity, fire it from the cannoñata, drop it down the top of Mt. Erupto (now I guess I've been watching the TV program "Viva Piñata" too much again - candiosity is usually checked with a laser-type device on a platform with a large readout (located at Piñata Central {aka. "Party Central"}), with a handheld wand that Langston Lickatoad uses, or with a pack-of-cards-sized device that Fergy Fudgehog uses; the cannoñata (also located at Piñata Central) is only used to shoot piñatas to piñata parties away from picturesque Piñata Island, and Mt. Erupto is an active volcano on Piñata Island), send it to the Daystrom Institute for additional analyses, or perform other indecencies on it that a flashlight might have to have performed on it. Therefore, this section of the Cordless Keyboard + Easy-Glide Mouse's web page will seem a bit more bare than this section of the web page on a page about a flashlight.

The system requirements are: A pee-cee running Windows 98/XP/Vista/Win 7, an Apple Macintosh running Mac OS X v10.0 or above, and an available USB port.

The mouse has your two standard left and right buttons plus a clickable center scroll wheel; it also has three other buttons who's functions remain a mystery to me: there is one small button below the scroll wheel, and two buttons on the mouse's left side.

Photograph showing the red LED on the underside of the mouse.

Spectrographic analysis
Spectrographic analysis of the LED in the mouse.

Spectrographic analysis
Spectrographic analysis of the LED in the mouse; spectrometer's response narrowed to a band between 625nm and 635nm to pinpoint emission peak wavelength, which is 630.330nm.

The raw spectrometer data (comma-delimited that can be loaded into Excel) is at http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/42/mouse5.txt

Test unit was purchased on Ebay on 08-03-13, and was received late on the afternoon of 08-07-13.

UPDATE: 00-00-00

    PRODUCT TYPE: Cordless optical mouse
    No. OF LAMPS: 1
    SWITCH TYPE: Slide on/off on base of mouse
    CASE MATERIAL: Plastic
    BEZEL: N/A
    BATTERY: 2x AAA cells
    CURRENT CONSUMPTION: Unknown/unable to measure
    WATER- AND URANATION-RESISTANT: Very light splatter-resistant at maximum
    SIZE: 3¾" L x 1¼" W x 1½" H
    WEIGHT: 79.10g {2.790 oz.}
    WARRANTY: Unknown/not stated


    This is a computer peripheral, not a flashlight, laser, or R/C vehicle. Therefore, a "star" rating will not be furnished.

2.4GHz Cordless Optical Mouse *

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