Mi Wireless Mouse Lite With 1,000DPI Optical Sensor, 2.4GHz Wireless Transmission Launched

first_imgMi Wireless Mouse Lite has been launched in China by Xiaomi as its newest PC peripheral. The mouse is based on 2.4GHz wireless transmission technology that is commonly found across affordable wireless mice by companies including HP and Logitech. The Chinese company has also used a minimalist design that comes along with a lightweight body. Mi Wireless Mouse Lite also features a compartment for the wireless receiver. In terms of controls, you’ll get both left and right click buttons as well as a scroll wheel.Mi Wireless Mouse Lite priceMi Wireless Mouse Lite price has been set at CNY 39 (roughly Rs. 400) in China. However, the mouse will be available at an introductory price of CNY 29 (roughly Rs. 300) under the Singles’ Day sale on November 11. Mi Wireless Mouse Lite is initially limited to the Chinese market, with no details announced on its global availability.Mi Wireless Mouse Lite specifications- Advertisement – Mi Wireless Mouse Lite comes with an optical sensor that has a resolution of 1,000dpi. It works with an AAA battery and includes a power button that activates the tracking. The mouse also comes with an automatic sleep technology to provide battery efficiency to some extent.Similar to various existing wireless mice, Mi Wireless Mouse Lite comes with a receiver that has a USB Type-A port. There is also a dedicated compartment to store the receiver when the mouse is not in use.Mi Wireless Mouse Lite comes with a Teflon-made footpad at the bottom. The mouse is also ergonomically designed to reduce fatigue following long hours of use. It measures 113x60x36mm and weighs 60 grams (without battery).- Advertisement – Is Mi Notebook 14 series the best affordable laptop range for India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.For the latest tech news and reviews, follow Gadgets 360 on Twitter, Facebook, and Google News. For the latest videos on gadgets and tech, subscribe to our YouTube channel. Jagmeet Singh Jagmeet Singh writes about consumer technology for Gadgets 360, out of New Delhi. Jagmeet is a senior reporter for Gadgets 360, and has frequently written about apps, computer security, Internet services, and telecom developments. Jagmeet is available on Twitter at @JagmeetS13 or Email at jagmeets@ndtv.com. Please send in your leads and tips.Morelast_img read more

​Edu reveals why he axed Arsenal scouting team

first_img Loading… Arsenal technical director, Edu has spoken about his reasons for condensing the club’s scouting network. The Gunners made 55 redundancies after the COVID-19 pandemic, with many of those lost jobs coming within the scouting department. Edu believes having a smaller, tight-knit group of scouts will be a better situation as the club hopes to find the best young talent in England, Europe, and around the world. “It is clear for me,” said Edu. “I want to work with fewer people.Advertisement “I want to work with StatDNA a lot more, which we have internally here at the club and is very important. The people I want to work with, I want them to be very close to me. I want to create a group of people working together. read also:Eduardo Camavinga breaks France record in Croatia victory “I don’t want individual people working in one area or for one country. I want a group working together. Fewer people with many more responsibilities. “That is my vision and for me, in this process, the most important thing is that everyone is very clear on the responsibilities which everyone has to make the right decision.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Promoted Content7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now10 Characters That Should Be Official Disney Princesses14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By Odeith15 Photos Of Amazingly Beautiful MutationsProfessional Female Racers Whom Even Men Envy10 Risky Jobs Some Women Dolast_img read more

Rules stands Gold Cup ground

first_img Also a winner at Lingfield and Ripon this season, his progress showed no signs of stopping when second to Vent De Force in the Henry II after a troubled passage. His trainer told www.edunlop.com: “Following hours of deliberation, the decision has been made to supplement Trip To Paris for the Gold Cup on Thursday. “This hasn’t been an easy call, with £35,000 a hefty sum of money, but he’s a young, progressive stayer who enjoys quick ground. “If all of the principals turn up then we have plenty to find, but in all likelihood there will be a few significant defections with the ground good to firm and the forecast dry. “His owners are keen to run and it’s impossible to knock such a sporting decision – here’s hoping it proves a fruitful one.” Peter Niven’s progressive Clever Cookie, James Fanshawe’s High Jinx, Marco Botti’s Tac De Boistron and the German raider Alex My Boy, formerly with Mark Johnston, are all still in the mix but are at their best when the mud is flying. Brown Panther is back for another go having run well in the race last year, while Luca Cumani’s Mizzou, winner of the Sagaro Stakes, and Hughie Morrison’s Vent De Force will both be among the stronger fancies. Pia Brandt’s Bathyrhon, David Lanigan’s Biographer and the Andrew Balding duo of Havana Beat and Scotland are all among those to stand their ground too. Forgotten Rules is one of 19 stayers left in Thursday’s Gold Cup at Royal Ascot. Dermot Weld’s unbeaten gelding wouldn’t want the ground too quick, though, and conditions in Berkshire continue to be dry. Aidan O’Brien has left last week’s Saval Beg winner Kingfisher in, while Ed Dunlop’s Chester Cup winner Trip To Paris has been supplemented at a cost of £35,000. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more