Perixx PERIMICE-802B Wireless Bluetooth Mouse – Portable Design for Windows, iOS, and Android Tablet – Black Rubber Black

(13 customer reviews)

Original price was: $19.90.Current price is: $11.99.

Last updated on 09:24 Details
  • Blutooth compatibility – Bluetooth technology with 34. 8 feet operating range; no need occupy PC interface and it’s easy to connect the mouse with pairing button at the bottom of the mouse
  • Smooth tracking – Optical sensor enhances tracking accuracy, 1000 DPI, smooth clicks, 3 buttons design with a scroll wheel, and glossy surface with stylish design
  • Long Battery Life: Up to 120 days (2 AAA batteries needed), built-in on/off button and auto power saving to decrease battery consumption; Package includes: PERIMICE-802W and 12-month limited warranty (batteries not included in the package)
  • Portable Design: Portable size 3.86 x 2.40 x 1.34 inches (98 x 61 x 34 mm) with maximum mobility, fits to any bags for on the go
  • Wide Compatibility: Supports Windows 7/8/10/11, macOS, iOS 13 or above, Android 4.0 and above, and Linux; Works without an extra receiver; Additional Bluetooth receiver is needed for Linux systems and other devices that do not support Bluetooth 3.0
Average Battery Life in hours

‎100 Hours

Brand

‎Perixx

Item model number

‎PERIMICE-802

Hardware Platform

‎PC

Operating System

‎Windows 10

Item Weight

‎1.76 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎3.82 x 2.38 x 1.33 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎3.82 x 2.38 x 1.33 inches

Color

‎Black

Power Source

‎Battery Powered

Batteries

‎2 AAA batteries required.

Manufacturer

‎Perixx Computer GmbH

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Date First Available

‎March 27, 2017

13 reviews for Perixx PERIMICE-802B Wireless Bluetooth Mouse – Portable Design for Windows, iOS, and Android Tablet – Black Rubber Black

  1. Apollo Smile

    it works well as a Bluetooth mouse but part of the mouse broke on its own.

  2. Laurie Van Unen

    Likes: Very simple installation. Easy to use, no different from a wired connection.
    Dislikes (minor): Sleep mode engages too soon. Might be adjustable, but this is such a minor issue that I have not looked into it yet!

  3. MarkE

    I feel like I’m being mean giving it only 4 stars. It’s a great mouse that works well and is small enough for someone who hates “normal size” mice.

    So why only 4 stars? – there are always improvements that can be made and this mouse has a couple of obvious ones:

    Sleep mode: Moving the mouse does not wake it up (come on, that’s not tough these days with motion sensor chips available). You need to click the mouse a couple of times to get it to awake. For the user concerned this is something that can be forgotten – so making them think the mouse is broken, and they give up.

    Click sound: It is LOUD! I can hear it down the other end of the house. Not a great problem, but a little more subtlety would help get that 5th star.

    Summary – I recommend this mouse!

  4. Crystal P

    This mouse works well for what I wanted for, a backup bluetooth in case my primary fails or I forget to bring my other one to school/work. No extra buttons to get in my husband’s way when he plays Fortnite… but… it is so small! Not what I’d call comfortable for my hand, but works in a pinch.

  5. Mr Michael Vine

    Never new they did bluetooth mice without a dongle. 2 dongle mice woulnt connect to my granddaughters kindle fire tablet. This connected right away and woks fine. With a bluetooth keyboard its turned her tablet into a small computer for homework. Worth every penny.

  6. pantherarcher

    The advert says it is 802 wireless and bluetooth. I’m not sure about the 802 wireless bit as they usually come with a wireless dongle and I didn’t see one with it, then again I didn’t look that hard as I only want it because it’s bluetooth and I can use it with my Android tablet. Pairing it via bluetooth to my tablet was easy and it is a joy to use. The buttons micro switches are crisp and responsive, it would have been nice to have DPI selection but I’m not too bothered by that. I wouldn’t recommend it for hardcore gaming as it doesn’t have enough buttons for that, but for general using with a laptop or tablet it’s fantastic, the size is just right, the build quality looks and feels good and it’s just nice to use.

  7. Elisa E.

    This mouse is great as a back up or on the go.

    It is small and portable yet big enough that fits on your hand well.

    Connect well via Bluetooth to my MSI laptop.

    I like pretty much everything about it except… it makes a loud clicking. So definitely not a quiet mouse, definitely can notice it when playing a PC game lol.

    Besides the loud noise, it’s perfect and the price well worth it.

    Totally recommend it.

  8. Isa

    This product is a bit hard to connect. It took me a few attempts to connect. Connection part is not responsive at all. Also askin for a PIN code on mouse which is not there at all. tried default 0000, and 1111 which didn’t work. I then deleted default 0s and left it empty and tried. This time it’s connected. Just to let others know. Just delete 0s and leave it empty. I use MacBook.

  9. Lysa

    For this price, I would say it’s well made but wish it could be larger, my hand gets tired easily…

  10. Brittany

    My only problem with this mouse is the clickers are opposite of what they should be.

  11. Sheriff Awokunle

    Great device. I had a problem trying to connect it after I had connected it the first time. I was able to connect it again by entering the passcode “0000” three times. This should be in the manual for apple users.

  12. Tom

    I purchased it to free up the only usb 3 port on my chromebook; it worked well for this but whenever it sets idle the mouse has to be activated to establish a bluetooth connection by pressing the left button with finger. That is no biggy of course but when spoiled by using a regular usb mouse that is just there it was problem enough for me to switch back to the usb mouse and use my finger on the pad when a flash drive is used.

  13. The Mutts Nuts

    I bought this in November 2017 and for the first 6 months it worked OK. Then it developed an intermittent fault where the cursor started hopping all over the screen. After that, it would stop working altogether while I was using it – one second it was fine, the next it just stopped. It still shows its connected but doesn’t work. I read somewhere that this issue is sometimes caused when the battery output drops but new Duracell batteries haven’t made any difference

    I recognise it wasn’t expensive but for something that only gets used for about 90 minutes a week, 8 months use is disappointing. I guess I need to find something better or revert to a wireless mouse.

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