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Choiix Cruiser Review

gotdamojo06    -   July 26, 2010
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Conclusion:

Taking a look at the Choiix Cruiser, you are able to see that the Cruiser has been designed for the laptop user on the go with its small and compact build. The Cruiser itself is a nice and light weight and small/compact mouse which for the market it is aimed at, you are going to be able to put it inside of you laptop bag and it won't take up much space and you will easily be able to make room for it. You are also going to be getting the benefit of the mouse by it being wireless, so you are not going to have to have the cord getting tangled up with everything else that may be in your carrying bag or getting knots in it and making you get the knots out before you attempt to use the mouse. Even though the mouse is not a gaming mouse and is designed to be used by a person who is using the computer for work oriented tasks, the lower dpi speeds that the mouse comes with (1600 dpi) is a little bit out dated with some of the screen sizes that you can get on your laptop, maybe its just the fact that I am so used to my mouse that can go over 5000 dpi, but it just seems a little slower and sluggish to me. I also am not a huge fan of going back to only having three buttons on my mouse, the two side buttons are helpful for navigating the web browsers as well as other applications, it would have been nice to see at least two more buttons added to the mouse. I like the fact that there are no drivers that need to be installed for the Cruiser, you just plug the receiver into an empty USB port and your ready to use the mouse. The Blue Trace laser on the mouse is also a great idea for what the Cruiser's intended usages are, you are going to be able to use the mouse on many different surfaces such as most glasses, metal, wood, tile, carpet, and marble! That means you are not going to have to carry around a mouse pad just to use a mouse with your laptop.

If you are in the market for a new wireless mouse for your on the go setup, you may just want to check out the Choiix Cruiser due to its compact size, Blue Trace laser, and overall feel. I would suggest this mouse to anyone who is looking to ditch their trackpad on their laptop and go with something that is going to make them feel a little bit more at home.

 

 

Pros:

  • Light Weight
  • Compact Design
  • Wireless
  • No Software (Plug & Play)
  • Blue Trace

 

Cons:

  • Tracking Speed
  • 3 Buttons
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