A productivity-focused mouse delivers advanced features in a portable size. Mice are an obvious candidate for umbilical cord amputation. Wireless connectivity ensures that you don't get tangled up in your wires or have to struggle with stretches of cable, and wireless connections have become so reliable that even game companies offer wireless mice without real problems. p>
The situation is a bit more complicated for people who use multiple devices. Bluetooth connections may be stable, but that doesn't mean I have to pair and fix my mouse over and over again. Sometimes it seems that only one mouse can be connected. p>
But there is another way. The Razer Pro Click Mini joins a family of wireless mice that let you pair up to three Bluetooth devices and select the device you're controlling with the push of a button. You can add another computer to the mix for a total of four connected devices using the included wireless dongle.
$80 The Pro Click Mini is a more portable and more attractive version of the original Razer Pro Click. This costs $20 more. The new mouse has a longer battery life and is highly programmable, from the four-way wheel that can handle two different scrolling patterns to its ability to store macros. But competitors with similar features offer longer battery life, quieter scroll wheels, and an easier way to switch between connected devices. Will the new Razer mouse work well enough? p> Table of Contents Wireless mouse, four PCs Fast but versatile battery life A silent click on the scroll wheel, though more programmable A bigger (larger) gaming sensor Great gaming mouse with tough competition specs at a glance: Razer Pro Click Mini Sensor Razer 5G Optical sensor 5. Bluetooth connection options 5. or 2.4GHz 8 programmable buttons, including scroll wheel 4 x internal profiles 0 Brightness size 3.9 x 2.3 x 3.9 x 2.5 inches (100.2 x 62.7 x 34.1) mm) Weight with 1 x AA battery: 3.1 oz (88 g) With two AA batteries: 3.9 oz (111 g) 2-year Price Warranty (MSRP) $80 Other points 2 AA batteries included
Wireless mouse, four Computers
Like a full-size Pro Before you click, you can connect the Pro Click Mini to three devices via Bluetooth and a quarter with a wireless mouse dongle. There are many wireless mice that allow you to control multiple computers via Bluetooth technology. However, if you want to connect to a fourth device or use a dongle, Pro Click Mini stands out. Logitech MX Anywhere 3 can do all of the above, too, using the same MSRP Pro Click Mini, but with faster wired charging and control. The Dell MS7421W Mouse and HP Specter 700 can also be connected to four devices, both of which are rechargeable. You can change devices by pressing the same button you long pressed to start Bluetooth pairing. But unlike the MX Anywhere 3, MS7421W, and Specter 700 mice, there's no image on the mouse itself telling you what you're currently connected to. Instead, you need to save the color code. The light on the bottom of the mouse turns blue when connected to PC 1, for example, green for PC 2, and yellowish-green for PC 3. This is a small light, and the two colors are almost identical, so it's not the system. Absolutely obvious. p> Zoom in / Razer Pro Click Mini (left) and Logitech MX Anywhere 3 (right). Simply change the switch on the bottom of the mouse from Bluetooth mode to 2.4GHz. The dongle's connection is supposed to be more reliable and less laggy than the Pro Click Mini Bluetooth option. Both work fine for me even with a bluetooth keyboard. p>
If you prefer to save the USB-A port, the Pro Click Mini has a handy dongle under the top cover. img alt = "Mouse Opening Indicates points for two AA batteries and a dongle. src = "https://safirsoft.com/picsbody/2111/11662-2.jpg" alt = "https://safirsoft.com See Razer Pro Click Mini: AB mouse Wire for power users" srcset = " https://cdn.arstechnica.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/20211105_125042-1280x720.jpg 2x"> Zoom in/open mouse points for 2 AAA batteries and visible dongle Remove Scharon Harding and replace top cover without any alarms or friction. I've never had trouble removing the cover by mistake.The battery life of the Pro Click Mini is shorter than its predecessor, but the battery says that this little click lasts up to 725 hours with Bluetooth and up to 465 hours with the dongle, however, up to The MX Anywhere 3 battery is 1680 hours, the Dell MS7421W has a service life of 6 months, which is about 4464 hours, and the HP Specter wireless mouse b you can expect to last up to 1848 hours. Advertising
Of course, you can expect to The battery life of the Pro Click Mini varies based on how you use it and whether you are switching between different wireless modes.Also, if you You use a mouse with a AA battery instead of two, so expect reduced battery life (you can use one battery for a lighter mouse - 3.1oz vs. 3.9oz). Disposing of the battery causes the mouse to feel a little unbalanced and not enough light to justify the reduced battery life. Zoom / There are wireless mice with similar capabilities that can work more than Pro Click Mini.Scharon Harding>
The next light flashes when it is Remaining battery life is less than 5%.Synapse Razer provides a battery meter, although it does not provide an accurate percentage (for 1-15 minutes).I set it to 1 minute, less than 5 by default, and the mouse is still Wakes up quickly.
But no matter how long the batteries last, you'll need new batteries after death.Set it up.The mouse itself is not rechargeable.
Razer Pro Click Mini review: A wireless mouse for power users
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