Xcellon MCO-A300B Wired Optical Mouse

BH #XCMCOA300B • MFR #MCO-A300B
Xcellon
Xcellon MCO-A300B Wired Optical Mouse
Key Features
  • USB Interface
  • 800 dpi Resolution
  • Rubberized Scroll Wheel
  • Ambidextrous Design
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The 800 dpi resolution found on the MCO-A300B Wired Mouse from Xcellon makes this optical mouse suitable for use with a variety of applications on Windows-, Mac-, Google Chrome-, and Linux-based computers. Simply plug the mouse into an available USB port and begin navigating through programs with ease thanks to the 3-button configuration, complete with a rubberized scroll wheel. Left-handed or right-handed, this ambidextrously designed mouse can be used by just about anyone.
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Xcellon MCO-A300B Overview

The 800 dpi resolution found on the MCO-A300B Wired Mouse from Xcellon makes this optical mouse suitable for use with a variety of applications on Windows-, Mac-, Google Chrome-, and Linux-based computers. Simply plug the mouse into an available USB port and begin navigating through programs with ease thanks to the 3-button configuration, complete with a rubberized scroll wheel. Left-handed or right-handed, this ambidextrously designed mouse can be used by just about anyone.

Optical sensor with 800 dpi resolution
Smooth and accurate tracking
Rubberized scroll wheel with middle click
Ambidextrous design
Textured, comfortable grip
UPC: 847628588288

Xcellon MCO-A300B Specs

SensorOptical
dpi800
Scroll TypeScroll Wheel
Number of Buttons3
Hand OrientationAmbidextrous
ConnectorUSB Type-A
Cable Length5' / 1.5 m
Full-Functionality OS SupportMac, Windows, Linux
Dimensions (L x W x H)1.4 x 2.5 x 4.4" / 35.5 x 63.5 x 114.3 mm
Weight3.0 oz / 85.0 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.8 x 4.95 x 1.55"
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