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Microsoft’s advanced tracking mouse available even on the carpet

Tuesday, September 16th, 2008 | General Things

Microsoft's advanced tracking mouse available even on the carpet

Microsoft unveiled the world’s most advanced tracking technology Microsoft BlueTrack Technology, which allows consumers to take their mice anywhere and work with confidence on more surfaces than before.

Microsoft’s new proprietary tracking technology combines the width and power of optical technology with the precision of laser tracking to allow consumers to mouse on virtually any surface, from a granite kitchen countertop to the living room carpet.

The BlueTrack Technology debuted in two new high-end Microsoft mouse products – the full-size Explorer Mouse and the smaller Explorer Mini Mouse. A chrome trim and blue lighting around the bottom rim of the mouse create a soft glow and set the device apart from anything else on the market. A right-handed, ergonomist-approved design offers hours of comfortable use, and 2.4GHz wireless technology delivers a reliable connection up to 30 feet away.

The Explorer Mouse and the Explorer Mini Mouse will be available in November for the estimated retail price of 99.95(USD) and 79.95(USD) respectively.


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