The Best Duo: Logitech M325 Wireless Mouse & ROCCAT Mousepad

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A computer mouse and a mouse pad go hand-in-hand, especially if the mouse in question is wireless.

The ROCCAT Mouse pad

Ensure that you have easy usage with your wireless mouse on any surface with the help of a mouse pad. Our ROCCAT mouse pad is specially designed for gaming purposes that provides a smooth surface for your mouse to glide across with no drag. Because of the measures taken to ensure the ROCCAT mouse pad is suitable for the maximum usage that comes with gaming, it’s also a great option for casual use and is responsive to all types of computer mice leaving you free to enjoy it in any scenario.

Coming in Green Camo Charge or Blue Naval Storm, the designs of the ROCCAT mouse pad feature realistic graphics for you to admire during its usage.

 

The Logitech M325 Wireless Mouse

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Being wireless, it’s safe to say that the Logitech M325 can be categorized as a ‘No-Fuss’ mouse. Small enough to fit comfortably in your pocket or to chuck into a bag without taking much space, but large enough for your hand to rest comfortably, the M325 is the best of both worlds. Specially constructed to fit universally a majority of hand sizes, the contours of the mouse grips fit perfectly, fitting the palm nicely. Experience the freedom of having a cordless mouse and have the wireless receiver plugged into the laptop worry free – just leave it in your laptop and go. However, if you plan on going on a lengthy trip that may involve your laptop getting jarred around a bit, the M325 has a convenient slot built into it to store the receiver until its next use.

Go for a bright Peacock Blue or subtle Slate Gray to fit your own personality.

 

Pair the our Peacock Blue Mouse with the Blue Naval Storm ROCCAT pad or the Slate Gray Mouse with the Green Camo Charge pad for seamless color coordination. See below for coupon codes for these 2 products of the day,

use the codes to get them both for under $20:

 

ROCCAT SENSE 2mm Military Edition High Precision Gaming Mousepad – $10.00

 

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On Sale: $8.00 ($2.00 OFF)*
Original Price: $10.00
Coupon: MLCA28ZC
Expires: 08/30/16 11.59PM PST
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*mouse sold separately 

Logitech Wireless Mouse M325 with Designed-For-Web Scrolling – $12.00

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On Sale: $9.00 ($3.00 OFF)*
Original Price: $12.00
Coupon: MLCA28ZC
Expires: 08/30/16 11.59PM PST
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*mouse pad sold separately

 

Merax LOHO Series Office Swivel Mesh Task Chair – $56.99

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Invest in a compact comfortable office chair with the Merax LOHO series. With its specially designed arched back fitted with a specialized X-shape design and breathe able mesh, you can lounge at your desk for hours without discomfort. A large nylon crafted cushion provides the perfect support that will leave you feeling comfortable and supported. With a sturdy 4-prong steel base, this chair has ample support with smooth glide wheels that will easily move with you across flat surfaces. Designed with you in  mind, the LOHO series also features a seat adjuster to cater to your height needs. Let your personality shine through in your office at work or home with your LOHO chair coming in 4 colors; Black, White, Lime and Violet.

Merax LOHO Series Office Swivel Mesh Task Chair

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On Sale: $56.99 ($10.00 OFF)
Original Price: $66.99
Coupon: MLCA22VA
Expires: 08/23/16 11.59PM PST
Link: http://goo.gl/LC8s8x

How do Inkjet Printers Work?

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The methods that revolve around inkjet printing originate from an older form of dot-matrix printers, in which several dozen needles are used to transfer ink onto paper and create letters and numbers using a series of dots.

Modern inkjets differ than the traditional dot printing in that rather than utilizing needles, hundreds of small guns are incorporated into the inkjet printer to shoot out dots of ink rather than pricking with needles. Unlike with dot-matrix printers, the dots of inkjet printers are so minuscule they cannot be easily noticed and blend seamlessly to the naked

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eye. Depending on the type of printer, the ink is fired using various methods. With a Canon printer, the ink is heated to a temperature that causes the ink to fire in the shape of bubbles that adhere to the paper as opposed to the Epson printer, which uses electronic circuits. Electric currents inside the printer make tiny nearly microscopic crystals fire out ink by moving side to side. Although these both sound like fairly slow processes, shooting out millions of ink dots takes more than a few seconds at a time, which is why printers are known for shelling out our printed papers at a reasonably fast rate.

How does a printer know how to create the shapes of the letters and numbers you need?

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Your own computer is the brain behind how your papers get printed out – which is why if you disconnect your computer from your printer, it will immediately stop working.

Your computer sends signals to your printer telling it which specific shapes it needs to print out, and the printer subsequently moves its nozzles in a position that will allow it to create the necessary shapes. An inkjet printer is comprised of hundreds of thousands of nozzles with roughly one hundred being needed to create a single letter, number ect. Once the printer receives command from the computer, it activates the tiny nozzles which are being heated up by the printer resistor, which warms up the ink to a boil – the boiled ink is the key to creating both text and images with an inkjet printer; as the ink boils it bubbles and undergoes multiple mini explosions which then transfers the required ink to a specific dot on your printer paper. This entire process occurs at an astronomically fast rate as the ink cartridge, guided by the computer scans back and forth between the sheet of paper depositing ink as it goes.

 

Check out our wide selection of DISCOUNTED inkjet cartridges and see if we have your printer: 

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