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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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