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2.4GHz Wireless Optical Mouse Pen Regulowana 500 / 1000dpi dla PC Android niebieski
Innowacyjna mini długopis stylu mysz zapewnia precyzyjne i łatwe sterowanie kursorem myszy.
Połączenie bezprzewodowe 2,4 GHz, do 10 m odległości pracy.
Regulowany 500/1000 DPI czujnik optyczny do płynnej regulacji ruchu.
Oszczędzanie energii: jeśli nie ma sygnału 2,4 GHz, to automatycznie wyłączy się.
Kształcie pióra, szczególnie nadaje się do wprowadzania pisma ręcznego.
Bez dodatkowych potrzebny sterownik Prawdziwe Plug and Play.
Niski alarm napięcia, przypomina o konieczności wymiany baterii w czasie.
Zaprojektowany z kołem do przewracania stron podczas prezentacji PPT.
Kolor: czarny + niebieski
optyczna Częstotliwość pracy: 2.4GHz ~ 2.483GHz
Odległość pracy: do 10 metrów, 360 stopni
Rozdzielczość regulowana: 500 / 1000cpi
Prąd pracy: 15mA
Wymagania systemowe: Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7, Linux, Mac OS, Android OS (ze standardowym interfejsem USB)
Typ baterii: 1 * Bateria AAA (nie dołączone)
Rozmiar produktu: ok. 14 * 2,3 * 1,5 cm / 5,5 * 0,9 * 0.6in
Wielkość opakowania: 18 * 12 * 4.5cm / 7.1 * 4.7 * 1.8in
Waga opakowania: 96g / 3,4 uncji
1 * Pen Mouse
1 * USB 2.4 GHz Odbiornik
1 * Góra
You can, but its not like using a pencil or pen, you have to keep the bottom of the pen straight and not tilted when you draw or write. If not, the arrow in the screen will go off course. (Its like tilting a regular computer mouse.) This may affect your hand-writing when you use it, since your hand must be posed straig… see more You can, but its not like using a pencil or pen, you have to keep the bottom of the pen straight and not tilted when you draw or write. If not, the arrow in the screen will go off course. (Its like tilting a regular computer mouse.) This may affect your hand-writing when you use it, since your hand must be posed straight at all times. It is better than using a mouse when it comes to signing and drawing, and it's a good quality, especially for the price. see less
By Juan on April 14, 2018
USB2 drivers for x86 have been standard and to my knowledge Win8 didn't change that, so I would answer that 99.99% YES, it will work. Personally since I HATE Win8 I can't validate my answer from personal experience.
By Mr. Farrokh Khodadadi on November 27, 2017
By Bryanne T. on March 18, 2018
It's a little more awkward. You can hold it on top, instead of underneath, like a normal pen, which helps, but doesn't take away all of the awkwardness.
By Amazon Customer on March 15, 2018
Yes, but I wasn't thrilled by the quality or maneuverability of it. I went back to my regular mouse after a while.
By Anita M. Ring on February 4, 2018
Yes you can it takes getting used to the delay though. Not like using a digitizer worth several hundred dollars.
By Richard K Fancher on December 31, 2017
I don't know about pressure, normal amount seems to work, but I don't think it would work over the appliqué. It is a mouse and needs to be on a flat surface. I would think making a photo copy of the design and using the mouse to trace would work best for this. I do like the freedom of the pen but it still has the limit… see more I don't know about pressure, normal amount seems to work, but I don't think it would work over the appliqué. It is a mouse and needs to be on a flat surface. I would think making a photo copy of the design and using the mouse to trace would work best for this. I do like the freedom of the pen but it still has the limitations of a mouse. That's what I think. Hope that helps! see less
By Amazon Customer on December 4, 2017
Sorry...l never got mine to work. It stayed deader than Jimi.
By TD HANSON on September 28, 2017
I do not know Sorry
By Fadi Alsayar on June 4, 2018
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By Chuck McB
December 27, 2017
Like many have said, the mouse is a bit unusual and you need to play with it a while. But, it seems to work fine. Be advised there are NO instructions what so ever, at least my box came without any, so it's a matter of experimentation to figure out what the various buttons do, and how they relate to a standard mouse. I bought this in hopes of using it with MS "Paint", for photo editing since control of a standard mouse is VERY tough in that program. While fine control is a lot better (certainly an improvement well worth the small cost of the pen,~ $16), I will either need more practice, and/or experiment to find the best surface to use it on. Again, in these regards, some instructions would have been very useful!
December 22, 2017
I am very happy with the wireless pen mouse overall. It's not difficult to use, but it does take a lot of getting used to, and I don't know if I'll ever master the "right click," which is inconveniently located on the left side where I naturally place my thumb. Setup was very easy and quick....simply plugging a cordless drive into my computer and flipping a switch on the pen mouse. After only 3 days of use, it has already reduced my repetitive use pain tremendously, which is the reason I purchased it. Like other reviewers, I am switching back and forth now between this pen mouse and my regular mouse throughout my work day, depending on the task. I was worried about the varied reviews, but for my needs and my purpose of having to change something to alleviate pain, I am very pleased with this purchase.
By P. McClung
December 15, 2017
This works just great! I am a designer and have wanted to get a Wacom tablet for the times when I need to draw lines in Illustrator or InDesign but the prices have kept me from diving in. But this is a great (and MUCH cheaper) alternative! I also use my mouse a LOT and this gives my hand a rest and a different grip. I haven't had it long but so far I am loving it as a good alternative to the mouse. It is easy to use, very intuitive and the buttons are positioned in good places for use but not so I am clicking anything accidentally. The only little drawback I see is keeping track of the little USB that you plug into the computer - it's pretty small and there is no way to store it on the pen when you aren't using it so it will be easy to lose it if I'm not careful. But the pen works great, tracks well and the scroll button is wonderful. I very much recommend it, I will probably buy another one for work now that I know how much I like it - at the price you can't beat it!
September 27, 2017
人差し指のボタンが左クリック 親指のボタンが右クリック ホイールの上はDPI変更ボタンです。 物はシンプルで非常に良いと思います。 故に惜しいのです。 例えばこれを買う人は多分省スペースを求めていると思います。 ノートパソコンなどでのプレゼンのように。 なのでやはり現在主流のマウスについている前ページ、次ページ、ホイールクリックあたりはついていた方がより良いと思います。 ちなみにセンサーのリフトオフディスタンスは非常に長いので、あまりにも省スペースで使用を考えている場合は、思ったポインティングはできないと思ってください。 私はblenderというソフトのスケッチ機能で、マウスよりデッサンしやすいかと思って買ってみましたが、ホールクリック機能の無さが本当に惜しく感じてしまいました。 もし興味がある方はそれらを踏まえた上で購入しましょう。 （勝手に改善案。もうすこしエルゴノミクスデザイン、DPI変更スイッチはもっと上で選択スイッチ式に。ホイールをクリック式に、人差し指の延長線上にススム、戻るボタン追加。人差し指のボタンを垂直から斜めに変更。｛指を斜めに曲げるのはきついため｝これがされたら確実に買う）
By M H Burns
June 21, 2017
I got this to replace my regular mouse to help with ulna nerve pain. It keeps my arm at a better position than using a mouse, as I use a pad on my lap to move the mouse on. I like the way it feels in my hand, not too big (I have small hands), the buttons are at good positions for me. The only thing I don't like, which applies to all pen type mice and not just this one, is that when pushing the left click button, the pointer almost always move due to pressure I put on the button. It takes sometime to get used to, and I had some hand strain from using it. I use it for my office computer, and I use the computer for general office type work (writing reports, Excel, email, etc), nothing too intense. It serves the purpose for me. The little stand is pretty useful, especially if you don't want to be blinded by the optical light every time you put it down.
By NY rat
June 14, 2017
bought it along with a track pad so I can switch at work between devices as my hand/wrist were getting sore from using regular mouse all day. I have been using it for about a month now and still it is a challenge to use a thumb to right click on things (as the button is right where your thumb is when you hold this mouse). So I got into a habit of using more keyboard shortcuts like ctrl/x to cut or ctrl/a to select all, or to hold shift and then tap at the end of the area I want to select etc I also had to change my settings on the computer so it only takes one click to have things open...this helped a lot as the left button of the mouse(right index finger push) takes a bit to get used to so I don't have to click it twice...just once. But overall, this is a big help if you trying to save your hands/wrists. I like using it and the more you use it, the better you'll get at it. It did take forever to arrive! Plus, it didn't arrive by the date indicated and I had to write to them to find out what's up. It arrived 2-3 days later than indicated. Took almost a month after ordering to get it but it's worth it.
By Mauro C.
June 6, 2017
Richiede adattamento anche a chi non ha perso l'uso della penna per scrivere...: l'uso è intuitivo, ma le forze applicate no. Si tiene come una penna, ma la pressione dei tasti lo fa spostare di qualche millimetro e quindi può non prendere un comando (come quando si clicca sul mouse, ma inavvertitamente lo si sposta), quindi la soluzione migliore è quella di puntare bene sul supporto prima di cliccare. Adatto anche ai mancini: il tasto sinistro del mouse classico corrisponde a quello sul dorso del pen mouse (e si aziona comodamente con l'indice così come la rotella di scroll), mentre il tasto destro corrisponde a quello sul lato sinistro: i destrimani lo azionano col pollice, i mancini lo fanno col medio senza difficoltà. La qualità percepita non è altissima, ma funziona e costa poco. Non uso programmi grafici sul PC perciò non posso giudicarne l'uso. Resta da vedere la durata della batteria (una AAA non inclusa). Comoda la possibilità di usarlo anche lasciandolo inserito nella sua base trasparente.
June 1, 2017
All in all for a cheap Pen Mouse it appears to work rather well. I did have some issues when turning it on (and having it stay on) over the last half a week. I believe my issues were caused by 2 different problems: 1 - My first battery lasted for half an hour. 2 - When I changed the battery (several times) I didn't think about plugging the receiver in. The catch about the second point is that it looks like it turns off when the receiver is NOT plugged in. When you turn it on, a red light appears from the camera. If the receiver is not plugged it that red light disappears after ~1 second. Which makes it look like it was turned off. This created some confusion and frustration... Even sent a "Received Defective Product" message not that long ago. Unfortunately that's an email so I can't really cancel that. Oops! If possible I would recommend leaving the red light shining even when the receiver is not turned on, that way users would be able to react like "okay it turned on, and it stayed on. Now why isn't it moving my cursor? ... Oh the receiver's not plugged in. Oops!". If for whatever reason that is not possible, then perhaps adding a small simple green light on the Pen Mouse to indicate the following... 1 - Is it on? (Solid light) 2 - Is it connected to the receiver? (Optional, perhaps a blinking light) In terms as functioning as a Pen Mouse. It's my first time using one; however, I see consistent movement and it still works fine with a fair bit of tilting. Still gotta get use to how it reads... If you turn your wrist while drawing a curve, the Pen Mouse will lose some of the downward input; because, you are turning the Pen Mouse. Some of that downward input is actually be read as horizontal input. It's only natural; because, of how the camera reads.
April 13, 2017
I received this item on time a few days ago and was rather pleased that I did. I purchased this item to use with my laptop while working remotely and this sometimes requires me to sign documents. I am giving this item four stars because while I like the concept, I still found this item hard to use as if I was writing with a regular pen however, it was just a tad bit easier to use than a mouse. I do believe in time, that I will master writing with this item but for now it is a bit choppy. I would definitely recommend this item.
March 31, 2017
I've tried nearly every other type of input device including the Apple trackpad, the Logitech trackball, the Logitech marble mouse, the LugaLake Vertical Mouse, and the basics wireless mouse. This is the only one that helps my carpal tunnel syndrome. The pen mouse feels cheap but is actually very durable. I have knocked mine onto the floor repeatedly and it still works great. The only drawback is that it takes a while to get comfortable with the mouse buttons, particularly the right mouse button. The pen mouse has a tendency to move when you click a button. I strongly recommend that for stability you use the pen mouse only with its base. In fact I have super-glued the pen to its base so it won't fall off. I would also recommend holding down the base whenever you click the left mouse button. And I would suggest bracing the pen against the palm of your hand when you click the right mouse button. This becomes second nature after a few days.
By Jeremy Scoville
February 7, 2017
This mouse is much better than I expected. It is easy to use and though clicking without moving the mouse too much is fairly eaqsy to master once you get the hang of it. There are some tasks that are easier with this mouse, and there are other tasks that take more time for me than a normal mouse. I keep both connected throughout my day because I like to switch it up and give my hand a rest. A couple of notes: 1. The mouse is pin-point accurate. It feels quick and responsive because it is like using a pen, so it is very intuitive to guid on the screen. 2. The buttons are placed in comfy positions. I have large hands (XL - type gloves), and it feels very natural to hold. The basic size and shape is similar to that of a box-cutter. 3. Set-up was truly plug-&-play. Sometimes when I set up a mouse, the system needs to think about it for a second or two (or a minute) before I can use it. This was immediate. Out of an 8 hour work day, I find I am using the mouse about 4-5 hours a day, with 3-4 hours on a regular style mouse. I spend a lot of time in email, Excel, PDF docs, and some browser usage and database administration. It is very good for quick, short bursts of activity moving about the screens (such as click for next record, click on a cell, hit ok to proceeed, etc.). For long, protracted moments of mouse-heavy use, I tend to go 50-50 on regular mouse and this one. This is a purchase I am proud of.
By Skin T.
January 17, 2017
I Never knew that using a computer could be THIS EASY!! Using a mouse, it seems like the cursor is an extension of your hand. By Using this pen-mouse, makes it seem like an extension of your mind. At first, using the TOMTOP PEN-MOUSE was kind of weird, I had never used anything but a mouse to control my computer, but in about 5 minutes, I was rocking this thing like i was a pro! Its so sweet, that even playing video games is WAY EASIER!! It only takes a flick of the wrist to do anything now. I don't know why these aren't standard equipment on ALL computers!! Using a mouse seems bulky and awkward now. the pen-mouse itself is built surprisingly sturdy, considering how many times Ive dropped it off the table, but it still works perfectly. the fact that it only uses one battery, is awesome, because it seemed like I was going through tons of batteries using a wireless mouse. using the scroll wheel, I thought would be hard, but it fits my hand perfectly!! When i first got it, i thought that the buttons were going to be toast in no time, but they built this thing REALLY TOUGH!! the DPI button, makes the cursor move a little bit, or a lot, with just a little movement, and that's a plus! I never knew WHAT that button did on my old mouses. My brothers a game designer, and he told me the only difference between this pen-mouse and a professional pen-mouse, is the ability to push down on the tip, to make shading darker, but other than that it does everything the pro ones do, and just as good!! If I had a complaint, it would be that I knock it over all the time, but that's more my fault than its fault. It even comes with a stand, that makes it stand up when your not using it, but I use it to help me hold it at just the right angle,to be the most efficient, when playing games and stuff where speed is important. ABOUT THE SHIPPING: I don't know who actually did the shipping but when I first ordered it, my order got messed up some how, and the company went out of there way to help me, and made sure I got my package. I just thought that was worth mentioning. All in All I would give this Pen-mouse a perfect 10!
January 16, 2017
un prodotto che mi ha stupito, per la funzionalità, per l'ergonomia, e per come permette al suo utilizzatore di interagire in modo più "naturale" riscoprendone l'impostazione "grafica" simulando l'utilizzo di una penna..... effettivamente ci vuole un po' di pazienza per adattarsi a questo strumento sebbene a livello personale l'adattamento è stato molto veloce, testata con software 3D fa il suo dovere sebbene non possieda driver e non si possano personalizzare i tasti, limite che personalmente non sento! la sensibilità e il cambio di Dpi per il puntamento sono sufficientemente precisi come lo scroll , resta da vederne la durata e la precisione nell'utilizzo e nel tempo .... per ultimo: i materiali al primo impatto sono piacevoli ma sicuramente ad un occhio raffinato posso sembrare passabili, confrontandoli con il costo dello strumento posso tranquillamente dire che il prodotto supera le mie aspettative!...... 5 stelle meritate per l'idea, la funzionalità e naturalmente il prezzo estremamente competitivo! prodotto che consiglio sicuramente di provare .
By Rosque E.
January 13, 2017
I have been looking for an alternative to a mouse and thought of the Wacom Bamboo tablet at first and this product showed up as well. The one feature that caught my eye was that there was no tablet for the pen and that it actually used light, as does a mouse, to navigate the cursor. I haven't seen or heard of this product before and read up on user reviews and decided to purchase it because it was inexpensive and I was comfortable with the reviews even though some users were not entirely happy about it. I have had this now for a few weeks and I love it! Its handy, easy to navigate with because it feels natural, the battery life is seems to last since installing once (just be sure to switch it off), and it feels accurate. There are only two buttons, left and right click, and with some practice you'll be able to master the right click. I also like that I can lean back on my chair and use the arm rest as a mouse pad with ease, also with the scroll I can scroll down pages as I read holding the mouse pen. I use this primarily for navigating around the screen and clicking windows, links on a website, move objects in windows and pasting to other folders, but not for graphic design or any other graphic application. Unlike a mouse, you can remove your hand and type what you need to then quickly back to the mouse, but with the pen you have to set it down then pick it up and situate the cursor. For what its worth, its a great alternative for a two button mouse.
By Pete Bartlebaugh
January 13, 2017
I don't do presentations anymore, but I do spend a lot of time at the Computer (Desktop, Laptop and Tablet). My wrist has gotten a workout with the standard mouse configuration, with the positioning of the hand, and the limitation on arm placement and movement. I found this 'pen mouse' very easy to come to terms with (the adjustable DPI helped in finding a proper 'speed') The grip is very natural and I can position my arm close to the body, or even on the body for comfort. I have been fighting off carpal tunnel problems, and this pen control has proven to be an asset in varying the motions, which is what I was looking for. I was shipped quickly, received as promised, and immediately 'plugged and played' with both Vista and Win 7. I have been bragging about it to anyone who would listen, and would proudly purchase one as a gift for a friend. I will note that I do not have large hands and I found the 'fit' to be exceptional. I don't know that extremely large hands would have a problem, The auto sleep function works well to conserve battery, as well as the conveniently positioned on/off switch. It will read almost any surface (from my pants leg to my bare belly! The only problem is with any highly reflective or shiny surface.) Highly pleased, and happy to recommend this to everyone!
January 11, 2017
I bought this looking for an easier way to scroll through PowerPoint presentations. I could have used a clicker or a mousewheel, but either option is awkward to hold for long periods of time. This pen mouse is feels natural to hold and I can scan PowerPoints very quickly with the mousewheel. As an added bonus, I can easily store this mouse in a flat container. It meets my expectations, but there are a few usability issues that prevent it from becoming a full mouse replacement: * The direction the mouse pointer moves is dependent on how you hold the mouse. While this isn't a problem for traditional mice, the pen must be held in a very specific position to use normally. Ultimately, this mouse lacks the precision of traditional mice. * The included dongle cannot be mounted on the mouse itself. If you leave the dongle plugged into your device there's no issue, but otherwise you have to consider where to store the dongle. * The on/off switch is on the underside of the mouse. While this means you cannot turn the mouse off accidentally, turning it off manually requires a slight but targeted effort. If you turn your mouse on and off frequently to conserve battery life like I do, it is just a little frustrating.
By Bryan W
January 11, 2017
This thing is great. There is a little bit of a learning process but once you get used to it it becomes very natural and comfortable. It is very fun to use and you can use it on just about anything. It is also very accurate, I use it frequently with architectural software as well as photoshop and illustrator. The pen tip has flat edges which I use to make a rolling motion instead of sliding when extreme accuracy is needed. This technique makes this devise much more accurate and responsive to micro movements than a traditional optical mouse. My only complaint is that I would like it to have a bit more weight and to be more sturdy. Perhaps if they used metal instead of flimsy plastic it would solve the problem. I still gave it 5 stars because at only just above $10 it is well worth it. The battery life is also surprisingly good considering it only uses a single AAA.
By Kenneth Scott Davis
January 7, 2017
I had surgery on my right hand Friday. I ordered this Friday afternoon and received it Sunday (today) via Amazon Prime. It took all of three minutes to get it working. Pop in a 'AAA' battery, connect the USB dongle. Done! I'm dominate on my right hand, but I write left handed. For me, holding this in my left hand is really easy. Primary mouse button is a click with the index finger, and secondary mouse is a movement with my middle finger. It works simultaneously with my existing mouse. Nothing to disconnect. I don't know battery life yet, but who cares. I got a stack of rechargeable 'AAA'. For about $10.00, you really can't go wrong. I intend to order two more, 1 for work, 1 for home and 1 to put in my laptop case.
By Raymond Chow
January 3, 2017
I give it a 5 because it lives up to the description. If you shake it, you can hear the buttons rattling, but it's not that big of a deal. The body of the mouse is pretty solid. The tail, which houses the battery seems pretty cheap, but again it's just the battery house. The cap is a tight fit so it's not like it's going to pop off easily and expose the battery. I'm not too sure how hard of a fall this mouse can take, but it seems sturdy enough to survive a desk height drop. The buttons and the wheel works fine. Distance-wise, I've only been able to test it for as far as 7~8ft but it works great (I don't see why anyone would be using a computer any further than that other than for presentations, which 7ft is reasonable enough). It's able to run on NEARLY every surface. I was absolutely amazed that I could use it on my blanket of all things. I could use it on my shirt, my hand, my bed sheets, but the one place I could not use it was a hard, mono-colored plastic board. I think it needs a multi-color surface to function properly. When I say it works on my blanket, I mean it works flawlessly picking up every detailed movement. Another good thing to note is that the tip of the mouse has a smooth coating which allows it to glide around on smooth surfaces easily, but note that you have to hold it at the right angle at all times to consistently be on the gliding coat. On the other hand, this second paragraph will be on the design. The first thing I noticed when I held this mouse was the on/off switch. When holding the mouse, the switch is right where your thumb meets your index finger. The switch isn't smooth either, it's rather rough; therefore, it continuously scratches against your skin. Of course it can be held a little closer to the tip to avoid this, but if you have big hands, I'd reconsider buying this. The left click is hard to press and it causes me to move the mouse in the downward direction when trying to click, which makes me miss my target. The right click requires you to move your thumb higher up on the mouse to click it, when compared to the left click, where the index finger is always on top of it. Finally, the only other complaint I have is that my left click button is crooked. It doesn't hinder it's function, but it just makes it look not-so-cool after all. Some final words and main things to consider: 1) It works fantastically! Plug and go as it says. 2) Design isn't that great, considering the button location and amount of force required to click. - If you have big hands, I don't recommend this mouse due to the on/off switch location. 3) I've used this on my Samsung TV, Windows Vista, and Windows 8 with no problems.
November 16, 2016
ho 29 anni, da 8 lavoro sul pc con iTalici standard (alacri ritmi, anche 11 ore al dì) al ché, il mio polso destro sempre sul mouse, non ha retto, sviluppando tendinite con gigante e vistosa ciste (le odierne patologie della mano). Dopo l'operazione chirurgica non sono riuscito a trovare un sostituto valido del mouse, che offrisse gli stessi livelli di produttività, finché mi è capitato questo strumentino, che trovo davvero simpatico, ben realizzato, e molto produttivo, anche se non ai livelli di un mouse, ma sempre più della classica (e da me odiatissima) trackpad dei portatili. Dico questo perché l'unico vero ""difetto"" se così si può chiamare, non è di tipo costruttivo ma concettuale: quando si fa ampio uso lavorativo del connubio tastiera + mouse in rapida alternanza, avere una penna in mano costringe a lasciarla e re-impugnarla, cosa che con il mouse non accade perché lo si abbandona semplicemente sul tappetino. Con la penna invece si perdono preziosi decimi di secondo nell'operazione di re-impugnamento, che a lungo andare in un ufficio seccano davvero un po. CONCLUSIONE: - il prodotto è davvero ben costruito, - vale assolutamente l'acquisto e i soldi spesi, - a mio avviso è migliore e più produttivo del trackpad dei portatili, ma non ancora ai livelli di un classico mouse, e non può sostituirlo definitivamente. Sarà il touch screen la prossima frontiera degli strumenti di puntamento/selezione? Per uso home okay, ma per ora non è sviluppato a livello di piattaforme aziendali, ed inoltre è già noto quanto a lungo andare crea problemi alle vertebre, dovendovi rimanere chinati sopra con il collo.
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