Targus Wireless Laser Mouse User Manual

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Wireless Laser Mouse

USER’S GUIDE

Making Your Mobile Life Easier.®

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TARGUS WIRELESS LASER

MOUSE

Introduction

Congratulations on your purchase of the Targus Wireless Laser Mouse for the desktop. This ergonomically-designedmouse offers the latest in laser tracking technology as well as the mostup-to-datewireless features. It allows for improved tracking accuracy on most types of surfaces, even some mirror and glass. With 6 channels and 256 IDs per channel, the mouse's digital signal processor offers a new level of accuracy and precision in wireless data transmission. Productivity is enhanced by a practical 8- button design that includes such short cuts as Internet back and forward, applications switch and scroll up and down functions.

Note: While the mouse is functioning, no laser light is visible to the naked eye. Be careful not to look directly into the emitter hole while the mouse is active.

Package Contents

Wireless Laser Mouse

USB Receiver

USB Charge Cable

USB Extension Seat

2 x AA Rechargeable Batteries

User Guide

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System Requirements

Hardware

• USB interface

Operating System

• Windows® 2000/XP

For Desktop PCs

For instances where the PC is positioned under a desk or other places that might impede wireless connectivity, use of the extension seat is recommended.

1Connect the extension seat to an available USB port on your PC.

2Plug the USB wireless receiver into the port labeled 'receiver' located at the top of the seat.

3Connect the USB end of the charge cable to the USB port labeled 'charger' on the extension seat.

For Notebook PCs

1Connect the extension seat to an available USB port on your PC.

2Plug the USB wireless receiver into the port labeled 'receiver' located at the top of the seat.

3Connect the charge cable's USB end to the USB port labeled 'charger' on the extension seat.

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Alternatively, if more than one USB port is available you may opt not to use the extension seat by plugging the receiver and charging cable directly into the notebook PC's open USB ports.

Installing the Batteries

1Remove the battery cover from the bottom of the mouse by pressing the tab located on the bottom and lifting it off.

Battery cover tab

Bottom of mouse

22 AA NiMH rechargeable batteries are included. Insert the supplied batteries, making sure that the positive (+) and negative (-)ends of each battery match the polarity indicators inside the battery housing.

WARNINGS: Use ONLY heavy-dutyNiMH recharegeable batteries. Never use alkaline batteries.

Avoid mixing new and used batteries.

3Slide the battery cover back into position until it “clicks” firmly into place.

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Charging the Mouse

For best results, you should charge the mouse at least eight hours before using it.

1Connect the supplied charge cable to the charge port on the supplied extension seat and plug the extension seat cable to the USB port on your computer.

2Connect the other end of the charge cable to the mouse.

3Alternatively, you can connect the charge cable's USB connector directly into an available USB port on your computer.

NOTE: To continuously charge the mouse via the USB charge cable, your computer must be on and awake. For best results, turn off your computer’s power management feature while charging the mouse.

Synchronization

Make sure that your computer is turned on and has detected the USB receiver before you synchronize.

1 Press and release the connect button on the receiver.

Connect button

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2Press and release the connect button located on the bottom of the mouse.

Connect button

Laser emitter

The receiver’s status light flashes while it scans the identification codes. When synchronized the status light stops flashing. This process must be completed within a few seconds or the steps will need to be repeated.

After successfully synchronizing, you are ready to use the mouse.

NOTE: Removing the batteries will require you to synchronize the mouse with the receiver again.

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Using the Mouse

 

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1: Left Mouse Button

5: Application Switch

2: Right Mouse Button

6: Internet Page Backward

3: Middle Button/Scrolling Wheel

7: Scroll Up

4: Internet Page Forward

8: Scroll Down

NOTES: The 4th through 8th buttons require Windows 2000 or XP to function.

Due to the improved tracking speed of the laser engine, users may find the cursor movement is faster than a conventional optical mouse. Cursor settings can be changed from the Control Panel in Windows.

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Safety Measures

Although this mouse is a Class 1 Laser Product and safe for operation, avoid pointing the laser into the eyes or looking directly into the laser emitter.

Keep the mouse away from young children.

Any attempt to disassemble, adjust or repair the mouse may result in exposure to laser light or other safety hazards.

Sleep Mode

The mouse's sleep mode feature activates after 8 minutes of non-operation.To wake the mouse, click the left, right or scroll mouse button.

Troubleshooting

What do I do if the mouse does not work?

Make sure that the polarity of the batteries is correct. The positive (+) and negative (-)ends of each battery must match the positive (+) and negative(-)connections in the battery housing.

Make sure that the batteries are fully charged. Check your computer’s suspend mode settings, as the mouse will not charge while the computer is in suspend mode.

Check that the receiver's USB connector is firmly attached to the USB port on your computer or the

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extension seat, or that the extensions seat's cable is connected to your PC.

Make sure you have established a wireless link between the mouse and its receiver. See “Synchronization” on page 5.

I do not see the laser light when the mouse is active.

Unlike traditional optical mice, the light is not visible when the laser mouse is active.

To make sure the mouse is on and functioning properly, move the mouse back and forth and check to see if the cursor responds.

My mouse does not work on a mirror or glass surface.

Though rated for most of these kinds of surfaces, occasionally there will be one such surface that will cause the mouse to work improperly or not at all.

If you are using the mouse on a reflective or mirrored surface, move it to another surface.

What do I do if the response time of the mouse is slow or the mouse intermittently stops working?

"Increase the distance between the mouse's receiver and the rest of your computer equipment. Use the USB extension seat if necessary.

"Increase the distance between the mouse's receiver and the base units of other wireless devices.

"Turn off any wireless devices and their base units that are near the mouse's receiver.

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Metals, such as iron, aluminum or copper may slow down the mouse's response time or cause the mouse to fail temporarily.

If you are using the mouse on a metal surface, move it and the receiver to a non-metalsurface.

Technical Support

For technical questions, please visit:

US

Internet: www.targus.com/support.asp

Australia

Internet: www.targus.com.au

Email: infoaust@targus.com

Telephone: 1800-641-645

New Zealand

Telephone: 0800-633-222

Product Registration

Targus recommends that you register your Targus accessory shortly after purchasing it. To register your Targus accessory, go to:

http://www.targus.com/registration.asp

You will need to provide your full name, email address, phone number, and company information (if applicable).

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