Microsoft have made way for two more desktop computer mice to enter their lineup today, these being the Wireless Laser Mouse 7000 and Wireless Laser Mouse 6000.
The 6000 model is slightly smaller than the 7000 and features a snap-in transceiver which would make it more suitable for notebook users who like to use a full-size mouse. It sports 1,000 dpi and uses 2.4GHz wireless technology. LEDs on the body of the mouse indicate the charge level, and the mouse also has one touch access to Flip 3D, tilt wheel and magnifier.
Looking at the 7000, this mouse is rechargeable via a horizontal docking station. It needs just one rechargeable AAA battery and will apparently last for a good three weeks after a single full charge. As with the 6000, the 7000 also uses 2.4GHz wireless connectivity and sensitivity at 1,000 dpi.
Both mice will become available in March with the 6000 coming in at $49.95 and the 7000 at $69.95. For more details you can find Microsoft's official announcement here.
REDMOND, Wash. Feb. 5, 2008 Microsoft Corp. today added two new desktop mice to its line of award-winning input devices with the new Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 and Wireless Laser Mouse 7000, giving consumers more choice and flexibility in their computing experience. The Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 debuts a new desktop mouse design, combining a full-size mouse for supreme comfort with a portable snap-in transceiver for easy mobility. Microsoft also announced the Wireless Laser Mouse 7000, offering top-notch technology and recharging at an affordable price point. Both mice come packed with high-end technology features in sleek designs to deliver supreme performance and comfort.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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