The Genius Ring Mouse 2 is a full functioning wireless computer mouse that fits on the ring of your finger. This mouse has all the buttons that you have on a regular mouse, but this one fits on your finger. Does it work as well as a regular mouse? Lets see what our fingers come up with.
The Genius Ring Mouse 2 is a fully featured 5 button mouse that can do everything your desktop mouse can do. The mouse is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion battery that takes around 2 hours to charge.
While charging, the Ring Mouse 2 has a blue light that is on steady. Once the blue light goes off, your device is fully charged. While using the Ring Mouse 2, the light will start flashing when your battery is low.
The Ring Mouse 2 comes with an installation disc, USB charging cable, Wireless Adapter, and a carrying case.
Once you fully charge your Ring Mouse 2, use the installation disc, then plug-in your wireless adapter, and away you go.
The Ring Mouse 2 has a flexible silicone sleeve that fits around what ever finger you find most comfortable to use it on. There is also a small pocket that helps the Ring Mouse 2 fit to most people’s fingers. The sleeve for your finger also is used to hold the Wireless Adapter when not in use.
The Wireless Adapter works on the 2.4 Ghz spectrum and gives you a range of up to 10 meters.
The mouse has a resolution of 1250 dpi which gives you an identical feel and movement to a regular mouse.
In the center of the mouse is main button to move the cursor around. Just swipe your finger over the button and the mouse moves in the direction you swipe. This button also works as the left click. You can single click or double-click just like a regular mouse. There is also a button to drag and drop, right mouse function, a button to Air Cursor/Scroll button, and a Back Page Button.
The Genius Ring Mouse 2 works exactly like any other mouse you can buy. The mouse does take some time to get used too. After you get past the learning curve the mouse becomes fairly easy to use. The Ring Mouse 2 is compatible with both Windows and Mac devices. If you are a person with Arthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, or just limited mobility of your fingers, this mouse probably isn’t for you. If you like to have new things, want something that just looks cool and is fun to use, the Genius Ring Mouse is just what you have been looking for.
Author: Ben Oaks
Ben is a 911 Telecomunicator and a tech nut. Ben was born and raised in the Greater Pittsburgh Area. He reviews Verizon Wireless products for Techburgh.com and is the owner of Cerebral-Overload.com. His hope is to bring you the reviews you want to give you an informed decision on products you may be looking into.