Wireless Mouse By Yesh Patel

What is a wireless mouse?

A cordless mouse, also called a wireless mouse, is a mouse that connects to a computer without the use of wires. Instead, the mouse uses some manner of wireless technology, like Bluetooth, RF, or infrared radio waves. Usually, a USB receiver is plugged into the computer and receives signals from the wireless mouse.

what is the difference between wireless mouse and Laser mouse?

While the wireless mouse is connected by USB and no wire. The laser mouse is connected by a wire that is connected in the into the USB port

How is wireless mouse connected to a device?

It is connected by a small USB, the transmitter is in the mouse. It sends an electromagnetic (radio) signal that encodes the information about the mouse's movements and the buttons you click. The receiver, which is connected to the computer, accepts the signal, decodes it and passes it on to the mouse driver software and computer's operating system.

What is in a wireless mouse?

The wireless contains one or two

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Created with images by Pexels - "architecture building design" • Brett Jordan - "A mischief of mice #4" • vernieman - "Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 1850" • imagii - "usb stick electronics" • Zaenani Trianto - "DSC_2392" • razvan.orendovici - "Car based Computer Mouse" • BitchBuzz - "Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000" • vernieman - "Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 1850" • AlexKingCreative - "mouse apple magic mouse"

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