Apacer Blue Engine Mouse M721
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After 4 Long days at my village (i may not have the best time in the world whenever i am there but i like to remember where i come from) i am finally back home to continue my never-ending review work. Today however i am going to take it slow and so i am going to present something i used during these 4 days which nothing else than the latest Apacer offering in their mouse line the Blue Engine Mouse M721.
Apacer Technology Inc. is a global leader in memory module and digital storage hardware and software. Since the company's inception, Apacer's focus on recording, reproducing and retaining all types of digital data has been the driving force in providing customers with the best memory products and services. Apacer understands the importance of data and how consumers use data. Through customer feedback and strong market research, Apacer's young, creative and dynamic team culture develops products that are innovative in design, engineered for high reliability using state-of-the-art technology, and that match consumer needs. The Apacer brand promises consumers they can "Access the best" memory modules and digital storage products and services.
Unlike most mouse units we test here which are aimed towards gamers and enthusiasts the Blue Engine Mouse M721 is actually aimed towards casual users who just want a small, cost-effective wireless mouse with good sensor tracking and the best possible battery life which after 4 days of testing the M721 has proven to me that it fits that exact description. The only small drawback of the unit is that it doesn't feature rechargeable batteries which may sound weird to some people. On the other hand in order to compensate for that Apacer has used three automatic power saving modes which make it possible for the unit to run with the same battery set for many more days than other similar units.