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.
If you own a Lamborghini, why not get the wireless WX-Lamborghini mouse to go along with it? It made it’s debut at the FCC last year, but is finally coming out of hiding and can be yours for about $55.
It comes in black and white and there’s also a limited edition yellow unit coming. Other features include 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity, a 2500 dpi laser sensor, four buttons, a scroll wheel resembling the rims of the sports car, and leather-like side grips.
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’.
Logitech has designed a mouse specifically for use on the sofa. The Wireless Mouse M515 has a sealed bottom case that lets you use it on soft surfaces without getting snagged and caught on the fabric. It can also be used on more traditional computing surfaces as well.
Also, the M515 has up to two-years of battery life thanks to a hand-detection sensor that puts the mouse to sleep when it’s not being used. It also features Logitech’s Hyper-Fast scrolling wheel and Unifying USB micro receiver required for the laptop or home theater PC. The M515 will ship to Europe in April for £49.99 (about $80).
This compact mouse has a 3-button design, a 1200 dpi laser sensor and a 2.4GHz radio frequency. No info yet on pricing or a release date at the moment though.
This handy travel-friendly mouse delivers 1000 dpi optical tracking, a nano USB receiver with “concealed, fold-up storage,” and comes in black, red, white or blue. As far as cheap mouse products go, you could do much worse.
Microsoft has announced the launch of its new Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 designed for use with notebook computers providing wireless mousing without the need for any transceiver sticking out of your USB port.
According to Microsoft, over half of the notebooks shipping next year are likely to have Bluetooth built-in, and a wireless Bluetooth mouse makes connectivity even more convenient than a traditional wireless mouse that requires a separate piece plugged into your notebook to receive the signal.
Microsoft has a new multipurpose mouse on the market for those doing digital presentations often, whether it be on the road in in the meeting room. It’s called the Notebook Mouse, and is a slide presenter, laster pointer and a media remote control all in one. Oh yeah, and it works as a mouse as well.
The Microsoft Notebook mouse is wireless and will operate for up to 30 feet away from it’s receiver. It connects wirelessly with 2.4 Ghz Bluetooth and has a led battery life indicator so there will be no unexpected power losses during a presentation.
The additional controls are tucked away on the under belly of the mouse and include a button in the center to navigate through slide presentations, some media control buttons to control a presentation or other digital entertainment from just like a regular remote control, and …