Astrum Introduces its New Wireless Optical Mouse MW200, priced at Rs. 629/

With 3 level on power saving mode the model comes with on-mouse receiver Features 800 to 1800 DPI range with smooth and responsive cursor control Astrum, a new technology brand introduces its new wireless optical mouse MW200 that comes with on-mouse receiver. Defining its engineering brilliance, its ambidextrous design offers more comfort and precision than your touchpad. Its smooth matte design and small size is perfect to toss in to your bag and go wherever while traveling.

Speaking about the new launch, Mr. Manoj Kumar Pansari, Chairman and Managing Director said, “Keeping in mind the standard quality and the price point, the Astrum MW200 is an affordable wireless optical/gaming mouse with reliable connectivity that comes with 12 months battery life and modern design. This product fits perfectly for daily office work as well as for comfortable gaming experience.”

The new MW200 features 3 level of power saving mode with the integrated time-sensing technology automatically places your mouse in sleep mode if it is left idle. Resulting in to giving you long hours of playtime on a standard USB port. That means you can play games in your computer without having to look for a special high-current charger. With easy-to-use scroll wheel it delivers incredible precision and accuracy with no smoothing, filtering, or acceleration from 800 to 1800 DPI sensitivity range and responsive cursor control.

It has 2.4GHz wireless technology that can provide reliable connection within 360 degrees and 10 meters without any interference. The overall shape is full with 3D ergonomic design. Easy to carry when travel, works for all laptops, desktops and Notebooks running Windows, Mac OS X etc. With its efficient mechanical design, the MW200 weighs in at only 60 grams for high maneuverability.

The solid MW200 comes with 1-year warranty and is already available at online and offline stores.

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