Packaging: There was so much tape on the box, it was a little bit of a nuisance to open, but at least it kept everything safe inside, right? ;). The mouse was nicely wrapped in like a sort of styrofoam-y tissue bag? Whatever that even means, haha! I'm not sure how to describe the material, but it is a nice protection for the mouse. In the box you'll find it also comes with a very brief and simple instruction paper. Hooray for easy! How easy? Check it out:
Step 1: Insert 2 AA batteries
Step 2: Plug the nano receiver into a USB port
Boom! Done! Now you can use the mouse!My mac brought up a screen about recognizing your new keyboard. You can exit out of that because this isn't a keyboard and it already works instantly with no other configuration needed. Im excited at how super simple this is.
If you use Amazon Basics AA Rechargeable Batteries (I do!) then you really won't even need to worry about the battery usage of this mouse.
I'm excited to have a mouse to use. I have been using Apple Magic Trackpad and I do like it, but since I do a lot of computer work, sometimes I like the ergonomic feel of a mouse, so my hand can rest around it/overtop of it as I work, if that makes sense. I like to do a lot of copy/pasting and shortcuts using the mouse and keyboard in quick succession.
This mouse is so easy to take on the go also because you just unplug that nano receiver and it attaches right into the bottom of the mouse. Easy as pie!
I receivedthis mouse for free to test and review and based on my experience it is comfortable, easy to set up and use, and a nice mouse!!
The Mouse: Amir Wireless Optical Mouse with Nano Receiver
The Trackpad: Apple Wireless Magic Trackpad
The Batteries: Amazon Basics AA rechargeable batteries
My computer: 27-inch iMac = love
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