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i-tec Bluetooth Travel Optical Mouse, 6-button mouse, optional sensitivity of sensor 1000/1600 DPI, 2X AAA batteries included, ON / OFF button


i-tec BlueTouch 243 is a wireless optical mouse with a Bluetooth 3.0 interface for comfortable and precise control of your notebook, tablet or PC. The Bluetooth adapter is nowadays integrated to most mobile equipment and so for connecting of the mouse there is no need to use an external Bluetooth adapter that would take up place in the USB port. Just simply link the mouse with your equipment and immediately you can start using it. The connection range is up to 10 m. The optic sensor enables using the mouse on almost any surface and at the same time it offers higher speed, precision and reliability than the traditional mouse. Using the 1000/1600 DPI sensor sensitivity setup button you can customize the speed of the cursor so that it suits your personal preferences.
The mouse is compatible with the Windows ME, 2000, XP, Vista, 7 32/64bit, 8 32/64bit, 8.1 32/64bit, 10 32/64bit, Mac OS X and Android operating systems. Comfortable control of the mouse is ensured through 6 buttons whose functions vary in the individual operating systems – you can find a more detailed description below.
The symmetric design allows comfortable control using your right or left hand. The compact size of the mouse is an ideal solution for traveling users. The mouse is powered by two AAA batteries that are included in the package.

In case of any problems with installation, technical difficulties or faulty fuctionallity of device find possible solution in FAQ bookmark first.

  • 6-button wireless optical mouse without Bluetooth adapter
  • Adjustable 1000/1600 DPI scanning resolution
  • Working distance up to 10m
  • Transfer technology Bluetooth v 3.0 (compatible with older versions of Bluetooth)
  • Powered by 2 x AAA battery
  • Low-voltage alarm function 
  • OS Windows ME, 2000, XP, Vista, 7 32/64bit, 8 32/64bit, 8.1 32/64bit, 10 32/64bit, Mac OS, Android
  • Product size 93 x 60 x 39 mm
  • Product weight 61 g 
  • Package size 233 x 165 x 85 mm
  • Package weight 173 g

System requirements
Hardware requirements
Any device with Bluetooth technology

Operating system
Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 32/64bit, Windows 8 32/64bit, Windows 8.1 32/64bit, Windows 10 32/64bit, Mac OS, Android

Package Content

  • Wireless mouse
  • 2 x AAA battery
  • User's Guide

Function of the buttons in the Android OS

Left button: The left button has the same function as control by a finger. Holding down the button for approximately 1 s will call special functions (on the homepage).
Right button: The right button functions as the back button.
Scrolling wheel: Using the wheel you can move between the screens.
Scrolling wheel (when pushed down): the same function as the „HOME“ button.
Frontward button: No function allocated.
Backward button: The backward button functions as the back button.
DPI button: This button switches the optic sensor sensitivity in three steps 1000 / 1600 DPI.


User's Guide

Question: After pairing mouse with tablet is the cursor not fluent.
Answer: Please restart the tablet. It should solve this problem.

Question: Is possible to programming buttons under Marc OS?
Yes. E.g. with programm „Better Touch Tool“.

The mouse keeps disconnecting.
Answer: Through testing we have found out that this is caused by the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi saving mode in Windows 8/8.1. Before Microsoft releases a patch we are offering a possible solution for this situation consisting in turning off the power management.
Using the right button click on “This Computer” – “Manage” – “Hardware Manager” – and double click “Bluetooth“. Using the right button click on the “Bluetooth Adaptor“ and select „Properties“. Go to the “Power Management” tab. Here uncheck “Allow the computer to turn off the equipment in order to save energy”. Confirm by “OK”.
Then in the Hardware Manager double click “Network Adaptors”. Using the right button click on your Wi-Fi adaptor (e.g. Ralink RT3290 802.11bgn Wi-Fi Adapter) and select “Properties”. Go to the “Power Management” tab. Here uncheck “Allow the computer to turn off the equipment in order to save energy”. Confirm by “OK”. Then restart your computer, please.

Question: Cursor freezes and mouse stops react?
Answer: Batteries or AAA Accumulators is evidently discharged. Change the batteries for new ones or charge AAA Accumulators.

Question: Mouse pairing requires a PIN code. What is correct PIN code?
Answer: Enter 0000.

Question: The mouse keeps disconnecting.
Answer: We recommend updating the Bluetooth drivers.

Question: I have an iPad and it is not possible to connect the mouse.
Answer: Connecting a Bluetooth mouse is not supported by iPad (Apple). This can be resolved only on your own risk using a “jailbreak” and a BTstack Mouse application. This is not an official Apple solution!



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