HP 930 Creator Wireless Mouse enables seamless roaming between three devices including Windows and macOS
At CES 2021, HP introduced the 635 multi-device wireless and 280 silent wireless mice. Today, HP is launching yet another wireless mouse but this time, the company is positioning the new 930 Creator Wireless for, well, creative pros.
The HP 930 Creator Wireless sports an ergonomic design, though it appears that the mouse will suit only right handers the best. The 930 Creator Wireless offers a total of seven programmable buttons and a hyper-fast scroll wheel with sideways scrolling. The buttons can be programmed via HP Accessory Center to work with most popular creative programs including Adobe apps, AutoCAD, Solidworks, MS Office, etc. The 930 Creator Wireless can work in both wired and wireless modes. A USB-A nano-dongle is supplied in the box, but Bluetooth 5.0 is supported as well.
The HP 930 Creator Wireless uses a PixArt PAW3805EK sensor that allows for a customizable DPI range between 800 DPI and 3,000 DPI. The mouse does not offer some of the insane DPI numbers normally found in gaming mice, but 3,000 DPI should be plenty sufficient for regular desktop use. HP says that the sensor tracks well even on glass surfaces, at least on ones that are less than 4 mm thick.
A unique feature of the HP 930 Creator Wireless Mouse is that it can connect up to three devices at once via the USB-A nano-dongle or Bluetooth. Users can control and drag and drop files between devices without interruptions or having to constantly disconnect and reconnect. This works even between Windows and macOS devices.
HP also said that the 930 Creator Wireless's fully charged battery can last for about 12 weeks with intelligent standby and that a one minute charge can offer up to 3 hours of battery life.
The HP 930 Creator Wireless Mouse will be available on HP.com from Spring for US$89.99.
HP Press Release