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Daily News Round #1 for January 11, 2004

Daily News Round #1 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for January 11, 2004
| Posted: Jan 12, 2004 4:09 am

- Bluetake BT500 Mouse & BT009X USB Adapter


If you're thinking of going bluetooth with your next mouse purchase, JSI Hardware take a look at a nice little package by Bluetake which includes the BT500 mouse, and BT009X USB adapter. Pity the mouse isn't a wee bit larger, otherwise it looks to be a great alternative to the several other bluetooth mice on the market.


Both the BT500 mouse and BT009X USB adapter arrive packaged together in a presentation box, the first thing I noticed was the size of the BT500 mouse, it measures a tiny 85.2mm x 50mm x 32.6 mm and weighs only 64g.


It is an optical mouse with 3 buttons and a scroll wheel. The scroll wheel lights up blue when you are connecting the BT500 to the Bluetooth adapter.


- The CES 2004 Report Part 1

The folks over at Hardware Zone have provided us with some feedback on the happenings over at this year's Consumer Electronics Show (part 2 to follow soon no doubt). They cover what MSI have in the pipeworks, a chat with nVidia's chief scientist regarding the upcoming PCI Express, and some extensive feedback on upcoming storage technology from Seagate's Director of Global Consumer Electronics Marketing, Rob Pait.


Well, here's a live update of what's happening right here in the coolest consumer electronics show on earth, International CES 2004. If you're expecting the latest PC hardware, then you're in the wrong place. CES is just not about PC gadgets, but electronic gadgets for the home and big boys. Here's what we saw on the show floor which we think would definitely interest you.


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