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Daily News Round #1

| Posted: Nov 25, 2004 10:53 am

- A4Tech NB-30: Battery Free Wireless Optical Mouse

Like the idea of wireless? Hate the idea of batteries? - No problem, check out A4Tech's latest innovation, the NB-30 "Battery Free Wireless Optical Mouse". A rather curious product but quite simple really, it's all in the pad! - You can get the full scoop over at CoolTechZone today.

 


A4Tech has recently announced their "no-battery" mouse, which is the world's first optical mouse that operates without the use of batteries, at least to some degree. Undoubtedly this makes them unique and certainly attention grabbing, but is the innovation justifiable? As you will later find out, the price to performance ration may not be so desirable to many. While the company enters the market with a nice and innovative product, we do recommend that they consider some aspects of the products such as the price and the mouse pad.

 


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