Lenovo N100 Wireless Mouse (Black) at Rs.539 – Amazon
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Lenovo N100 Wireless Mouse (Black)
Type: Wireless mouse; USE: Regular; Water-drop shape and delicate, anti-slip surface for smooth and comfortable navigation; A steady and reliable connection from mouse to PC; Small unobtrusive ...
Available: In stock
8.6 x 13 x 4.1 cm
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Genuine product. Very good feel in the hand. Lenovo N100 is an awesome product. It is a middle size mouse and it is a quality product.
December 12, 2014
I bought this item in the last week of June 2014 (not Amazon.in) and have been using it since then.I already have a Logitech Mouse Keyboard combo but one cannot lug the whole setup around, especially when travelling. I bought this for use during journeys and places where I cannot take my M+K setup.The product is whatever one expects from a wireless mouse. One nice thing was the access to the battery compartment. Unlike other mice I used, the cover isn't the bottom but the top part (the one with the lenovo logo printed). And it's magentic - no effort needed to remove it, just a little nudge will do. And snapping it back is amazing - the moment you move the cover to the area, it automatically aligns and sticks to the mouse. The click and feel during that snap-on is amazing.The included battery is still running. Given that Logitech guarantees 1 year for its mice, I expect this too to last nearly that long.No annoying LEDs on the top so it lets you work distraction free. I have used on a variety of surfaces like the kids' study desk, my recliner, my office desk, on a uneven cotton mattress and it worked flawlessly on all.The scroll sound is in no way irritating but I guess that depends on the user as well. If you have good hearing and get easily disturbed by other sounds, then you'll have to research more or probably even use one and check it. In my case, the click sound is more audible than the scroll one but again, your mileage may vary.Coming to the dongle, this is where part of my title 'not really nano' comes in. As mentioned earlier, I wanted this only on occasions where my M+K setup is cumbersome. So the plan was to attach the 'nano' dongle and forget.Read more ›
October 29, 2014
the Goods-1)Looks premium2)Built quality is very good, makes no squeaky noises from anywhere in the body3)button response are crisp scroll button is smooth the on/off switch is good and sturdy4)easy to change the battery and store the its usb dongle, just pop the magnetic top cover5)mine came with battery which completed 1 month with a daily use for about 6 to 8 hrs of on time and still going onthe Bads-1)its a medium size mouse (length 10 cm width 6 cm height is little less than 3.5 cm)so it feels a little odd while using because i have slightly larger hands but after a week it my hands adjusted to it.2)as it contains a AA (or viz. pencil battery) it might feel very heavy for first two or three days2)no power saver feature i.e.auto power off when no signal is received from laptop or desktop3)no DPI(mouse sensivity) control/adjustment switchYes i would recommend Lenovo Wireless Mouse N100(Black)-888015276 for normal usage but not gamingi got it for Rs.299 but if you get it fo rRs.400-450 it is still a recommended choice but go for the coffee color
January 27, 2015
Bought at Rs. 299 on Dec 12th 2014 during Amazon Sale. MRP printed on the outer box is Rs. 999 imported in Aug 2014.This has been a positive purchase+veSupplied with Long Lasting Duracell BatterySmall and Holds Good in HandsGood for Daily UsageSwitches off automatically after certain minutes of idle, this will save the batteryWeightless-veLittle bit flimsy when compared with Dell WM123 QualityIf you are gamer then this is not the mouse you should be looking atTop Cover which houses battery and nan receiver comes out easily but its magnetic rather than screwedVerdict : Worth buying for Rs. 299
December 17, 2014
This is my first Lenovo mouse and I must say I am impressed. It is really light weight and of good build quality. It's tracking DPI is above average and should be adequate for most uses but may fall short for professional photo editing. The clicks and the scroll wheel have a good tactile feel. It is comfortable to use and does not cause fatigue or discomfort after prolonged use. Best of all, it runs off only one AA battery which is cheaper than its AAA counterpart, keeping the running cost low. I am not sure how long the battery will last as I haven't used it long enough. The battery compartment has space for storing the Wireless USB nano-receiver thereby reducing the chance of losing it. I also like how smartly the battery compartment clings to the main body just by two small magnets making it very easy to open and close it. However, it does give a feeling that the compartment might pop off inadvertently, though this hasn't happened yet. Considering I bought this on special for only Rs. 299 and that it comes with one AA Energiser battery, this is an extremely value for money product. However, this is such a good product, it would be a great buy even at twice the price. However, I can't give it five stars for two reasons. First is that the USB receiver is slightly bigger than it has to be and sticks out of the USB slot enough so that it might bump into something and cause damage to receiver and/or the USB slot. The second issue is that, to me, it did not seem that the mouse went into sleep mode when left idle. So, you will need to remember to use the Power On/Off key at the back to ensure you get maximum juice out of the battery.
December 20, 2014