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Wireless Optical

Stow-N-GoTM

Notebook Mouse

USER GUIDE

Features and specifications are subject to change without notice. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners © 2008, Targus Group International, Inc. and Targus, Inc. Manufacturer / Importer: Unit 1202-07,12/F, Tower 2, Metroplaza, No. 223 Hing Fong Road, Kwai Fong, N.T. Hong Kong

AMW25AP / 410-1551-006A

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WIRELESS OPTICAL

STOW-N-GOTM

NOTEBOOK MOUSE

Introduction

Congratulations on your purchase of the Wireless Optical Stow-N-GoTM Notebook Mouse. This mouse features a tracking resolution switch for users who require more precision or speed with various applications. The Stow-

N-Goreceiver clips onto the mouse for ease of use while traveling or on the go. This mouse also features a 4- way scrollingtilt-wheelwhich allows for both vertical and horizontal navigation.

System Requirements

Hardware - USB port

Windows® 2000/XP

Windows Vista™

Mac OS X 10.4 (or greater)

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Installing the Batteries

1. Remove the battery cover from the back of the mouse by sliding off the cover of the mouse. Hold the mouse in your hands and with the back of the mouse away from you. Press down on the corners of the battery cover and slide towards the back of the mouse. Lift the cover off from the back of the mouse.

2. Insert two AA-sizebatteries, making sure that the positive (+) and negative(-)ends of each battery match the polarity indicators inside the battery compartment. To replace the battery cover, place the cover on top of the mouse and slide forward until it clicks into place.

NOTE: WHEN THE BATTERY IS LOW, THE LOW POWER INDICATOR LIGHT LOCATED IN THE DPI SWITCHING BUTTON WILL FLASH RED. PLEASE REPLACE WITH TWO NEW AA-SIZEBATTERIES.

DPI switching button

When power is on, the mouse goes into “sleep mode” after 8 minutes of inactivity. To activate the mouse, press any mouse key.

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Establishing the Connection

(A)Remove the USB receiver from the bottom of the mouse. This will activate the on/off switch.

NOTE: TO TURN THE MOUSE OFF, SIMPLY PLACE THE USB RECEIVER BACK INTO THE STORAGE SLOT. THIS WILL MAXIMIZE BATTERY LIFE WHEN NOT IN USE.

(A)

(B)Plug the USB receiver into an available USB port on your computer.

(C)Press and release the setup key on the receiver.

(C)

(B)

(D) Press the setup key on the bottom of the mouse.

(D)

This device has 256 identifi cation codes that allow the mouse and its receiver to operate without interference from other radio frequency devices. If you experience interference during use, repeat steps C and D to change the connection channel.

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Installing the tilt-wheelsoftware driver

This mouse is equipped with a 4-wayscrolling function.

To enable the tilt-wheelfunction, the software driver must be installed.

NOTE: THE TILT-WHEELFEATURE IS SUPPORTED BY THE MAC OPERATING SYSTEM. NO DRIVER INSTALLATION IS NECESSARY. THE FOLLOWING STEPS ARE FOR WINDOWS OPERATING SYSTEMS ONLY.

1.Please download the software driver (Model # AMW25) from the offi cial Targus web site: http://www.targus.com

Save the setup.exe fi le to your computer and double click on the icon to launch the installation process.

2.The Installation Wizard window will prompt.

Follow the on-screeninstructions to complete the installation.

NOTE: PLEASE SELECT THE “3 BUTTON MOUSE” OPTION WHEN PROMPTED TO DO SO.

After the software driver is successfully installed, there will be a “Tilt Mouse” icon located in the task bar.

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Using the 4-wayscrollingtilt-wheel

Pressing the scroll-wheelleft or right, enables the horizontal scrolling feature.

NOTE: DOUBLE CLICK ON THE “TILT MOUSE” ICON IN THE TASK BAR WILL LAUNCH THE MOUSE SETTINGS SCREEN. YOU CAN EDIT THE SETTINGS AND PREFERENCES IN THIS WINDOW.

Activating the Universal Zoom function

The Universal Zoomfunction can be enabled in the Mouse Settingscreen.

In the Mouse Setting screen, under the Button tab, scroll down the function list and select theUniversal Zoom function then click .

Press on the scroll wheel to activate the zoom function.

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Adjusting the DPI Setting

This mouse features 3 selectable resolution settings (1600 / 1200 / 800 DPI). By pressing the resolution switch, you can instantly adjust the tracking speed of the mouse. When the DPI is set at 1600, the indicator light will glow brightest and when it is set at 1200, the light will become dimmer. The indicator will be off when the DPI is set at 800 DPI. The setting will be saved when the mouse is turned off. The indicator light will shut off in 10 seconds after selecting the desired resolution.

1600 DPI

1200 DPI

800 DPI

Windows XP:

After selecting the desired resolution, you can also fine tune the sensitivity. This can be adjusted in the “control panel” of the Windows operating system.

Click on Start -->Setting-->Control Panel-->Mouse

In the “mouse properties” window, locate the “pointer options” tab. Under “motion”, use the slider to change the speed of the mouse. Click apply to confi rm the changes.

Windows XP

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Mac OS:

After selecting the desired resolution, you can also fine tune the sensitivity. This can be adjusted in the “System Preference” of the Mac operating system.

Click on the Apple logo -->System Preference-->Keyboard & Mouse

In the “Keyboard & Mouse” window, locate the “Trackpad” tab. Under “tracking speed”, use the slider to change the speed of the mouse.

Mac OS

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Product Specification

Transmitter

RF

27.045MHz

 

 

Battery Type

Alkaline battery AA

 

 

Effective RF

1.2 meters max

Communication Range

 

 

 

RF output power

1 mW max

 

 

Power Consumption

15mA max

 

 

Receiver

 

 

 

RF

27.045MHz

 

 

Interface

USB 1.1

 

 

Power

USB Bus Powered 5V DC

 

 

This mouse is equipped with the latest sensor technology that conserves power and provides up to six months of battery life. Battery life is determined using one hour of continuous use, five days per week.

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