Review: SROCKER v2c Silent Compact Wireless Mouse
For less than $10, the SROCKER v2c won’t break the bank, yet still has features found in more expensive mice. Using a small 2.4GHz wireless USB dongle that’s stored in its battery compartment much like many of Logitech’s offerings, the SROCKER v2c is able to achieve 10 meters, or about 30 feet, of range.
There are three color choices for the shell: black, white/green, and white/pink. I’m reviewing the black shell version.
The packaging is no frills. You get the mouse itself, with a battery compartment that takes one AAA battery (which is thoughtfully included and further adds to the incredible value; be sure to take the plastic off the battery first, though!) and stores the aforementioned USB dongle, and an instruction sheet. The dongle and mouse combination is of course compatible with most modern operating systems., including Windows, Macintosh, and Linux (I tested this on my Windows 10 desktop PC). You first plug in the dongle, then you turn on the mouse for as straightforward of a setup as you’d want.
The SROCKER v2c features a single power saving mode, which enters auto sleep when the mouse isn’t used for approximately 5 minutes. When you click one of the buttons, the mouse wakes up. There’s also one tracking resolution, 1600 dots per inch (DPI), which is more than accurate enough for almost all activities you’ll want to perform with this mouse.
As the full name suggests, the SROCKER v2c features silent micro switches, which minimize noise and help you focus on the sound coming from your speakers. Naturally, normal computing activities also benefit from the quieter clicks.
For my male adult hands, I do find that the SROCKER v2c is a bit on the small side. If you prefer a smaller mouse, or have smaller hands like my middle daughter who’s 9 and really loves this, then by all means get this model. Otherwise, you’re better off with something like the slightly more expensive and slightly more feature-rich SROCKER C10S Silent Wireless Mouse.
Thanks to SROCKER for the review unit.