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Click it with this cool, wireless Chicago Fire mouse. Smaller size makes it easy to stash in your bag for your laptop.

On/off switch for long battery life. Reliable 2.4g wireless micro transmitter. Easy plug-and-play installation. Full color printing. Not a sticker or wrap. Runs off 2 AAA batteries (included). Mac and PC compatible.*

Size: 4" long x 2.2" wide x 1" tall

*Requires Mac OSX 10.0 or newer, Windows XP service pack 2 or newer.Requires 1 available USB 2.0 port.


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