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MS Mobile 3600 Bluetooth Mouse Unboxing and Pairing

This is the unboxing, review and installation of the Microsoft Mobile 3600 Bluetooth Mouse.

This mouse uses the Bluetooth 4.0 technology, meaning you don't need an empty USB port on your computer, but you will need a Bluetooth 4.0 compatible card, which is included in most laptops today. This mouse will work on the latest Android, Windows and Mac OS X operating systems, but NOT on Windows 7 and earlier.

The AA alkaline battery that comes included with the mouse, should last you for about a year before needing to replace it.

The BlueTrack technology combines the optical and laser technologies for a great performance on most surfaces... except glass and mirrored surfaces.

Its light and compact design allows for easy portability and use on small surface areas, but that also means that if you have large hands, you won't be comfy with this mouse.

The On / Off button at the back of the mouse can be pressed for 3 seconds to place the mouse into pairing mode. You will know it's in pairing mode when the blue light is blinking.

Upon setting it up, I found the cursor speed was a bit too fast, so I had it adjusted as per steps below:
  1. On Windows Search bar, type Mouse Settings and type Enter.
  2. Under Related Settings, click on Additional Mouse Options.
  3. Navigate to the Pointer Options tab.
  4. Under Motion, move the lever to your desired pointer speed. You may test it by moving the mouse before clicking OK.
The video below shows the unboxing and pairing steps for the Mobile 3600 mouse.
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