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IOGEAR's mini mouse goes Bluetooth
Posted on 2-Nov-2004 08:19 | Filed under: News


IOGEAR's mini mouse goes Bluetooth
IOGEAR has launched its rechargeable Bluetooth Mini Mouse, enabling road warriors to work wirelessly and save space. The PC/Mac compatible Bluetooth Mini Mouse's small, slim design saves space in laptop bags and in the workspace. The device comes equipped with an on/off switch to prolong battery life and a charger cable that allows the mouse to be charged through any USB computer port. Unlike most chargers for wireless mice, you can use the Mini Mouse while charging the battery. Offering greater compatibility, the mouse does not require an additional receiver for use with Bluetooth-enabled systems that support the HID profile.

The optical mouse device offers 800-dpi resolution. The product is priced at US$69.95 and is available from catalog resellers, online resellers and selected retail outlets.

The Bluetooth Mini Mouse is compatible with Windows 98, 98SE, 2000, ME and XP operating systems, as well as Mac OS X or later. The mouse is USB and Plug-n-Play ready. It comes with a carrying case, USB battery charger cable, AAA rechargeable batteries and USB extension cable.





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