QuickSpecs
HP USB Laser Mouse
Overview
Models
HP USB Laser Mouse
GW405AA
Introduction
The HP USB Laser Mouse provides the speed and accuracy of laser tracking in a simple, elegant design. It records motion precisely on a
variety of surfaces using the latest laser sensing technology from Avago.
The HP USB Laser Mouse has no ball or moving parts, which improves its durability, makes it require less cleaning, and eliminates
sticking. The mouse's comfortable, contoured shape fits either hand. It can also work on variety of surfaces. The wheel can be moved
slowly in incremental ratchets, or quickly with a single, sweeping motion of the finger to rapidly advance through multiple ratchets.
The wheel also functions as a third button when it is activated by pressing it.
Key Benefits
Improves precision by using laser tracking
Provides more durability and easier maintenance by eliminating moving parts
Fits either hand
Compatibility
The HP USB Laser Mouse is compatible with HP Compaq 4000 Pro SFF, HP Compaq 6000 Pro MT, HP Compaq 6000 Pro SFF, HP Compaq
4300 Pro SFF, HP Compaq 6005 Pro MT, HP Compaq 6005 Pro SFF, HP Compaq 6005 Pro USDT, HP Compaq 6200 Pro MT, HP Compaq
6200 Pro SFF, HP Compaq 6300 Pro MT, HP Compaq 6300 Pro SFF, HP Compaq 8200 Elite SFF, HP Compaq 8200 Elite CMT, HP Compaq
8200 Elite MT, HP Compaq 8200 Elite USDT, HP Compaq 8300 Elite CMT, HP Compaq 8300 Elite MT, HP Compaq 8300 Elite SFF, HP
Compaq 8300 Elite USDT, HP Compaq 6305 Pro MT, HP Compaq 6305 Pro SFF, HP TouchSmart 9100, and HP TouchSmart 9300 Elite. As
well as HP xw4550, xw4600, xw6600, xw8600 and xw9400 workstations.
NOTE: Please check this product's web page on HP.com for current compatibility information.
Service and Support
Your Option Limited Warranty is a one (1) year (HP Option Limited Warranty Period) parts replacement warranty on any HP-branded or
Compaq-branded options (HP Options). If your HP Option is installed in an HP Hardware Product, HP may provide warranty service
either for the HP Option Limited Warranty Period or the remaining Limited Warranty Period of the HP Hardware Product in which the HP
Option is being installed, whichever period is the longer but not to exceed three (3) years from the date you purchased the HP Option.
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QuickSpecs
HP USB Laser Mouse
Technical Specifications
Dimensions (HxLxW)
1.53 x 4.6 x 2.44 in (39 x 117 x 62 mm)
Weight
3.33 oz (94g)
Cable length
6 feet (185 cm)
Tracking
Laser optics resolution
Typical
800 dpi
10 inches/sec (25 cm/sec)
Accuracy
Max
± 15%
Orthogonality
± 10%
Hysteresis
± 10%
Backlash
± 2%
Operating temperature
32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)
Non-operating
temperature
-40° to 158° F (-40° to 70° C)
Operating humidity
10% to 90% (non condensing at ambient)
Supply Voltage
Min-4.25v, Typ-5.0v, Max-5.25v
Supply Current
Max-100mA
Suspend Current
Max-0.5mA
Environmental
Power Rating
System requirements
Windows Vista Business 64*, Windows Vista Business 32*, Windows Vista Home Basic 32*, Windows 2000,
Windows XP Professional or Windows XP Home 32* (No driver is required for this device. Native support is
provided by the operating system.), xpe, ce.net, Linux, XP-64.
* Certain Windows Vista product features require advanced or additional hardware. Windows Vista
Upgrade Advisor can help you determine which features of Windows Vista will run on your computer. To
download the tool, visit http://www.windowsvista.com/upgradeadvisor. For Windows Vista system
requirements, visit: http://www.windowsvista.com/systemrequirements.
© Copyright 2013 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and
services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial
errors or omissions contained herein.
Microsoft and Windows are US registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
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