Yes my laptop also had window 10 and it works well
I'm not sure on dell's gaming laptop but i know that it works on a regular dell laptop.
Yes, I use it with my Dell laptop!
It works with any laptop that has an open USB port.
Yes all laptops. Just be aware the connector utilizes one of your USB ports and some laptops have fewer ports
Yes, worked well with my new Windows 10 laptop.
I'm not sure but I have the 7100 and i also had an older version of one that I had about 5 years and used this mouse on that and it worked just fine. I think very compatible with many laptops and computers
Good portable mouse. I bought this for when I have class, It is super easy to install. This Wireless adapter stores right where the batteries at are in a little pocket. It works for both MAC and PC (tried on both). Its a nano mouse so a little smaller.…
Yes, any laptop with a USB port.
There is no reason why it should not, it is meant for laptops. I am using it without any problems with a lenovo yoga 2 in 1.
I'm using it on a newer HP pavilion laptop and works fine. (so far - only 1 day of use)
I would think so. All a computer needs is a USB outlet and I would think most/all laptops have.
Yes it does.
Yes-it comes with a piece that you insert into your laptop or PC.
I just love this mouse, the 3 years of battery are no joke. Love the dual mode scroll wheel, so much I cant get back to the normal ones, good range, nice sensitivity and very good to hold, not too small, not too large. Has an ideal number of buttons although the thumb one is a bit hard to press. It works with 1 (!!!) or 2 batteries, so in a way you can even change its gravity center.…
Don't know about the Acer. Am running with an Asus laptop on Windows 10 with not problems for several months.
I can also confirm that it works, I've been using with Windows 8 on my laptop.
Please just insert the USB into your laptop, the driver will download by itself. And it will work.
I do not have a MAC. It works great with my Windows-based laptop. Good luck!
I use the Lacdo 11 Inch laptop sleeve for my chromebook and this mouse fits in the side pouch along with the chromebook charger.
This is how I learned. It is a bit lengthy but good article from Lifewire.com by Lisa Johnston Updated August 27, 2018 A nano wireless receiver is simply a miniaturized USB wireless receiver that lets you link one or more devices, including your mouse and keyboard (which must be of compatible design), to the same computer. The technology behind the Bluetooth receiver employs 2.4 GHz band radio communication. Because it links "one to many," it is a unifying device. You can usually find a nano receiver for around $10 USD. Some nano wireless receivers are not Bluetooth but do operate on the same frequency. In these cases, the receiver works only with compatible devices, like the keyboard or mouse that came with the purchase. Note: Devices linked together over Bluetooth form what's called a piconet. Therefore, nano Bluetooth receivers are sometimes called USB pico receivers. Other nano receivers might be called USB dongles. USB vs Nano Receivers Before nano wireless receivers came out, USB receivers were about the size of a common USB flash drive. They stuck out of the side of a laptop's USB port, begging to be broken off. Nano wireless receivers, on the other hand, are designed to be left in the laptop's port. They are so small that they can rest nearly flush with the side of the laptop. This, according to the manufacturers, lets you pack your laptop in its case without worrying about the receiver damaging the USB port. If you're a nervous nelly, however, many computer peripheral manufacturers design their mice and keyboards with placeholders for the receiver.