It connects to your computer using the 2.4GHz wireless frequency and comes equipped with a nano receiver that can stay in your laptop. It comes in blue, red or black and retails for $29.99.
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This $22 USB Optical Mouse with Pocket Digital Scale is capable of handling a weight range of 0.1 gram to 500 grams. It works for both right-handers and left-handers. It does need a few AAA batteries though. You guys want to weigh in on this one?
If you want one and don’t care about hand cramping and pain, the Elecom Nendo Orime 5 button mouse is available in black, red, silver, and white for $84.32 right now. We dig the unique design even if it isn’t very practical.
The mouse also features a 2.4GHz radio frequency, a blue LED ‘Blue-Tech’ sensor, a 1000/500dpi resolution that is switchable and a tiny USB receiver. It comes in both red and black color options for about $22.
The Elecom Oppopet mouse truly looks like a mouse since the wireless receiver plugs into the back of the mouse for storage and makes it look like a tail. There are a variety animal tails to choose from. There is a fox, dog, dolphin, cat, pig, squirrel, chameleon and rabbit.
To use the mouse, just remove the tail and plug it into your computer’s USB port, turn on the mouse, and you’re ready. This mouse has 1,000dpi and a range of up to 3m It’s powered by one AAA battery. Pretty cute.
Razer is offering another version of it’s DeathAdder mouse, this time it’s Transformers 3 themed and looks a bit tacky. It comes in your choice of red, yellow, silver and purple for $69.99 and the specs are identical to the version already on the market.
There’s also a dual-sided Vespula mouse mat for $44.99 to celebrate the film and four new colored laptop sleeves for $49.99 each. Transformers fans now have more gear to add to their buy list.
Logitech’s MX518 optical gaming mouse has been around for awhile, and it is finally getting an upgrade as the new G400. The outside design hasn’t changed much. It’s grey in color and has a cable that’s “thinner and twenty-five percent lighter.”
The new stuff is all on the inside. The optical sensor is two times as sensitive with a maximum 3,600 DPI resolution that maintains a tracking speed of 140 inches per second. If you drop $50 you can get a pre-order from Logitech in the US and it will be available on June 19th.
Verbatim has announced the compatibility of its ultra-compact Easy Riser Wireless Bluetooth Mouse with the new Motorola XOOM. Motorola and Google have released a new software update for the XOOM tablet, which allows users to add and use a Bluetooth mouse.
The 2.4 GHz wireless technology and advanced laser sensor technology gives you great performance, superior cursor precision and of course full control. The Verbatim Easy Riser comes with two AAA batteries and will cost you $29.99 MSRP at Amazon.
Art, like beauty is in the eye of the beholder. But I can tell you what art definitely is not. It’s not a plain and boring mouse. And to cure this Microsoft has launched a new wireless mouse, the Microsoft Mobile Mouse 3500 Artist Edition, which features some fresh designs from five artists from around the world.
The artists who designed the new Microsoft Mobile Mouse 3,500 Artist Edition include Kirra Jamison, Matt Moore, Linn Olofsdotter, Mike Perry and Jonny Wan and there are six different designs to choose from. There should be something for most everyone.
You have to love that tactile feeling you get when you use your mouse’s scroll wheel. Logitech is hoping to give you more of that feeling with the M325 wireless mouse. It features a new “micro-precise” scroll wheel with 72 tiny ratchets, which is a lot more than your mouse wheel has.
Other features include an 18-month battery life and it uses a Logitech Unifying Receiver. If you absolutely must have this scroll wheel, it can be yours for $40 later this month, or £30 right now if you are in the UK. Get clickin’.
This mouse looks like your typical no frills wireless mouse, but don’t judge a mouse by it’s looks. The Nexus SM-8000 Silent Mouse is virtually quiet when its buttons are pressed. No sound. It won’t bother those around you with annoying clicking noises.
Nexus’ 2.4GHz wireless mouse has five buttons, a DPI of 1,000 up to 16,000 and runs on two AAA batteries with an automatic power save mode. Nothing on pricing and release yet. They are being quiet about that as well.
The Razer DeathAdder is one of the better infrared gaming mice around and now it has a special edition in the new DeathAdder Dragon Age II Collector’s Edition. The mouse is black with red lighting and features a red dragon on the top.
Other than the special game branding, the mouse is the same thing under the hood. It has a 3500dpi sensor, right-handed design, five programmable buttons, and 1000Hz ultrapolling. The sensitivity is adjustable on the fly and it has a 7-foot long cable. The DeathAdder is compatible with Mac and PC. The launch date is unknown, but it will sell for $69.99.
The Gigabyte Aivia M8600 Wireless Macro gaming mouse is the world’s first wireless gaming mouse that guarantees 100-hours of nonstop gaming. You’ll fall asleep before this thing quits. It features a two-second quick-swap battery system, multi-functional charging dock, twin-eye gaming-grade laser engine, and GHOST macro engine technology.
The quick swap battery changing system allows for instant battery changing in less than 2 seconds. It comes with an instant charging dock, which is a Li-ion battery charger and a wireless receiver unit. The Aivia M8600 Wireless Macro gaming mouse will be shown off at CeBIT 2011. Hopefully we will hear more about it.
Microsoft has released the Express Mouse. It’s glossy white, egg-shaped and has a unique off-center USB cable to reduce resistance when the mouse is used on the right-hand side. As far as a mouse goes, they look pretty stylish.
The three-button-plus-scroll design comes in six bright colors and is one of the cheapest mice around that uses Microsoft’s blue laser to improve tracking. The Microsoft Express Mouse will be released in April 2011 for $19.99. Only gray and red versions will ship at first and should be followed by green, pink, and two shades of blue for a colorful June.
It’s not often we can say that a mouse is in vogue, but Genius is offering their newest wireless mouse called the Navigator 905 Vogue. It uses BlueEye tracking technology, which means that it works on almost any surface.
It’s travel-friendly and comes with a 3-button design and a 2.4GHz radio frequency, 1200 dpi resolution and a tiny USB receiver. The Navigator 905 Vogue will cost you $45. Maybe it’s the mouse for you.