The Wireless Mouse from Penclic certainly isn't your everyday mouse; for starters it looks, feels and moves like a pen. A relaxed, natural working position can be fostered by resting your forearm on the work surface. The "mouse" has a smooth grip and is designed to keep you comfortable while typing, surfing the web, or scrolling through documents. Plus, it works on virtually any surface without any pad or tablet.
This mouse features a hassle-free wireless connection with a generous range of up to 16 feet. It comes with a rechargeable AAA 1.2V NiMH battery that lasts for up to three months before needing to recharge (but don't forget to charge up before using it!). Energy-saving mode starts after 10 minutes, and you can press a button to start again. The mouse charges via USB.
With pen in hand, you'll have access to five buttons and a scroll wheel. The left click, right click, and middle click are on the right side while the left side features a backward and forward click for web surfing. The dpi setting can be changed by holding in the left and right buttons at the same time for 3 seconds; the cursor will move faster for each setting. It will rotate around the frequencies of 800-2400 dpi, and then go back to a low 800. Once the power is shut off, the dpi setting will return to its default setting of 1200 dpi. To get started, simply plug the cord on the base into an available USB port on your computer. The mouse is compatible with Windows, Mac and most Linux platforms.