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Rapoo India Launches the 3510 Plus Fabric Wireless Optical Mouse

Posted on the 13 March 2018 by Gadgetscanner @jdsoni7

Rapoo has introduced the Rapoo 3510 Plus 2.4G Fabric Wireless Optical Mouse in India. The highlight of this wireless mouse is its soft fabric surface with cool colors that offers a textural effect felt when touched.

The Rapoo 3510 Plus is a lightweight wireless mouse weighing just 80gms and comes with a dedicated NANO Bluetooth receiver that offers 10m transmission distance and effectively prevents the mouse link from jamming. This is a universal mouse which means that it can be used by is ideal for both hands.

The company claims that the mouse comes with a 12-month long battery life hence the users won’t have to worry about changing batteries often. The wireless mouse from Rapoo will work on systems with Windows10,Windows 8,Windows 7,Windows Vista Windows XP Mac OS computer with USB port.

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Commenting on the product, Mukesh Chaudhary, Country Head, India, SAARC & ME, Rapoo Technology said, “Rapoo aims to redefine the usage of wireless tech accessories. The combination of elegance and versatility in designing wireless accessories is what sets the brand Rapoo, a class apart. The Rapoo 3510 Plus Fabric Wireless Optical Mouse is designed to cater to individuals whose aesthetic sense of style in their personalities extends to their choice of gadgets.”

The Rapoo 3510 Plus Fabric Wireless Mouse price in India is Rs. 1,999 and it will be available from the month end at select offline and online via authorized partners  The Rapoo 3510 Plus be available in three colors blue, black and gray.

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Key features of the Rapoo 3510 Plus Fabric Wireless Optical Mouse

  • Soft Fabric Cover
  • 2.4G wireless connection
  • 1000 DPI high-definition tracking engine
  • 12-month battery life
  • Plug-and-forget NANO receiver
  • Precision on nearly every surface

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