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iOne Scorpius N4 Mouse/Number Keypad Review

Sagittaria    -   January 29, 2007


Closer Look Continued

What about size?



Well, it is a bit larger than the average number keypad. From the left, a iOne Gemini R16 mouse, the N4 in the middle, and on the right, a standard 3.5" Western Digital Hard Drive.

The lights:


The lights are your standard green LEDs, nothing too flashy. Starting from the left: Number Pad, Mouse, Keyboard. I don't know why they included two lights for the number pad, I guess for looks. Now, let's install it!

Installation

Installation Setup
IBM ThinkPad R40 Laptop
CPU Intel Celeron 1.8ghz 478 Varient
RAM 512mb DDR PC-2100 SO-DIMMs (2x256mb)
GPU Integrated Graphics by ATI Mobility
HDD Hitachi 20gb IDE 4200rpm 2.5" 2mb
USB Hub Micro Innovations USB2.0 4 Port hub
OS Microsoft Windows XP SP2



It's a USB device, so just plug it in. Windows XP and 2000's plug-and-play will take care of the rest.



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  3. Testing & Conclusion
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