This Popular USB C Mouse For Mac Down To $12

The Jelly Comb USB-C Rechargeable Slim Wireless Mouse makes it so much easier to switch between computers on the fly. It comes with two wireless receivers, one connecting via USB and the other via USB-C, although the best part about it is its ability to switch instantly using a button on the mouse between two connected devices. While it regularly sells for up to $25, when you enter ZKE6E9EZ during checkout, you can pick one up today at Amazon for only $12.09. This discount is only eligible for the white model.

The wireless mouse of Jelly Comb is widely compatible with USB and USB-C devices, from Windows and Mac to Chromebooks, Surface Pro, and more. It is even compatible with some tablets and is a plug-and-play model, which means that there is no installation software to start using it. Just plug it in and click. Most wireless mice come with a USB receiver that allows them to work wirelessly, although a USB-C receiver is included in this one. To be able to switch between devices by clicking a button, you can plug both into different devices. Then, you can safely store the small receivers under the mouse when you’re done using one or both.

With the built-in 300mAh lithium rechargeable battery, this mouse can last on a full charge (based on 1-2 hours of daily use) for up to a full month. Features such as auto sleep and wake mode helps preserve battery life, and there are no batteries that can be purchased or replaced continuously. To power, it back up, simply plug in the included USB or USB-C charging cable. There are also adjustable DPI levels, allowing you to change the sensitivity of the cursor between 1000, 1600 and 2400 DPI.

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