Problem in using wireless mouse

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Can someone tell me if what is the difference of using a wireless mouse and a mouse with chord? Thank you in advance.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #110038

Problem in using wireless mouse

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The main difference with using a wireless mouse and a mouse with a cord is that the wireless mouse evidently does not have a cord. The wireless mouse is more comfortable to use as there is no cord attached to it. If you are a gamer, then you will definitely prefer using it as you are free to move in using it. However, wireless mouse are battery operated and therefore, once its battery falters, users may not be fully enjoying its purpose. 

Now when it comes to functionality, there is no difference with using either of the two. Both the wireless and the corded mouse serves their purpose just the same. 

 

 

Answered By 40 points N/A #110039

Problem in using wireless mouse

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Hello Kristan Lai,

I have read your question and it is very interesting. Well, the main difference is the mouse with cord is you need to insert it to insert on the USB port while wireless mouse is usually a bluetooth mouse that connects a laptop or any gadget. It depends on you on which of the two you preferred to use. For me I am comfortable of using wireless mouse because you can work efficiently and fastly.

I hope I have answered your question.

Answered By 0 points N/A #195474

Problem in using wireless mouse

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Hello Dear,

Wireless keyboard are a hassle, because they require batteries or cells to work. They are just like remotes. They send data to the receiver using electric waves. There should be nothing between the receiver and the mouse, other wise the mouse will not work, whereas the mouse with a cord always works. We cannot take it very far from the system, but as long as you have a long cord, there is no need to buy ant batteries or cells to keep it running. I recommend a mouse with chord.

I hope you understand this. Thanks.

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