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Targus Introduces Rechargeable Bluetooth Laser Notebook Mouse
Posted on 1-Aug-2006 22:38. | Tags Filed under: News.


Targus Introduces Rechargeable Bluetooth Laser Notebook Mouse
Targus Inc. is expanding its line of Bluetooth mice with the introduction of the Bluetooth Laser Notebook Mouse. Designed to work with Bluetooth-enabled PC or Mac notebooks, the new mouse is compact, lightweight and does not require a receiver, working with the laptop's built-in Bluetooth or adapter.

The batteries can be recharged even while the mouse is in use, through a USB cable. providing continuous operation.

Targus says the laser technology provides up to 20 times the sensitivity of a standard optical mouse. The Bluetooth Laser Notebook Mouse can switch from 800-dpi to 1600-dpi on the fly, making it the ideal solution for gaming and other fast-action applications where heightened accuracy and responsiveness are essential.

The Bluetooth Laser Notebook Mouse measures 4.1" x 2.1" x 1.4" and weighs 2.04 oz. Suggested retail price is US$69.99.




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