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Logitech unveils mouse designed for living room
Posted on 1-Apr-2011 06:00 | Tags Filed under: News


Logitech unveils mouse designed for living room
Logitech unveiled the Logitech Couch Mouse M515, delivering easy navigation from soft surfaces like your couch, bed or a pillow. The Logitech Couch Mouse M515 features a sealed bottom case that makes gliding on fabric easy and a hand-detection sensor so the mouse is only active when you want it to be.

“Millions of people are connecting their computer to the TV, and the M515 mouse was built to address the unique needs of this experience,” said Bryan Simpson, Logitech New Zealand General Manager. “As technology evolves and consumers’ habits change, Logitech continues to develop navigation devices that make it easier to control and access the things people love to do in the digital world.”

With its hand-detection sensor, the Logitech Couch Mouse M515 is active only when you’re gripping it — the mouse is only active when you want it to be, and it stays asleep when you don’t. A sealed bottom — so fabric fuzz won’t collect in the sensor opening — gives you cursor control no matter what surface you’re using your mouse on. And the easy-gliding base makes mousing around on couches (and blankets, cushions, clothing, carpets, even desks) easy.

Also featuring effortless Logitech Hyper-Fast Scrolling, the M515 mouse lets you coast smoothly through long blogs or social networking feeds. And you can switch to click-to-click mode when you need more control.

Logitech’s newest mouse also offers up to two years of battery life, helping you save time and money by eliminating the need to change batteries frequently. Plug-and-forget wireless connectivity is provided thanks to the tiny Logitech Unifying receiver. The receiver stays in your laptop so it’s less likely to be lost, and gives a reliable connection with virtually no delays or dropouts. You can add other Unifying-compatible mice and keyboards to the same receiver.

The Logitech Couch Mouse M515 is expected to be available in New Zeland beginning in April for a suggested retail price of $79.90.


More information: http://www.logitech.com...




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