Sony’s VAIO VGP-BMS77 Mouse is both Bluetooth enabled and rechargeable. The charger uses electromagnetic induction technology so no contacts are involved. The lightweight peripheral adjusts between 800, 1200 and 1600 dpi and has an ergonomic shape, five buttons and a scroll wheel. Expect about almost a month of life on a full charge. Look for the VAIO mouse to ship this week for $99.99.
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Ari Zagnoev’s Combimouse is a keyboard and mouse arranged in an odd sort of way. The right unit is the right side of a QWERTY board that can be moved around for comfort and operates in keyboard mode unless it is switched. The company calls the switch “effortless and intuitive.” We call it one more thing to fall off the desk, although they say it was tested by college students who found it convenient. By the way, they are also looking for investors if you think they have a hit on their hands.
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Yesterday, Elecom showed off their Micro Grast designer mice. Today, it’s Logitech’s turn with their 2.4GHz wireless V220s. Available in a Limited Edition of 6 different designs, the Nano-receiver is practically plug into USB and forget it. The mouse has an indicator light for battery left and hits automatic sleep mode when not in use. With 1000 dpi optical tracking, match it up to your designer laptop for $29.99.
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Elecom’s Micro Grast laser mouse was designed by Tony Stark, the man that also created Iron Man. Plug into your USB port and the M-PG2DL has a micro receiver, compact size and buttons for forward and backwards. Ergonomically correct for better control, it has 60 hrs. of usage per charge, a frequency of 2.4GHz and communicates via a DS-SS system. Choose one of eight colors at a price of $89.95.
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Verbatim has gone colorful with its new Nano Wireless Mouse. The tiny receiver can be plugged in to your USB plug and left in a laptop or netbook or slid onto the bottom of the mouse so you don’t lose it. The 2.4 GHz ergonomic mouse works for both left and right-handers and has a programmable roller button. Compatible with Windows and Mac, it comes in 6 different colors and has a price of ~$25.00, depending on where you shop.
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For those who like to surf the Internet in bed or a reclining chair, Filco has unveiled their a 2-in-1 mouse. The BTLS90 is a 800 dpi mouse with a gyro sensor that will work on your desk, lap or nothing, similar to a Wiimote. Its 550mAh internal battery can be recharged via USB port. Of course it has Bluetooth accessibility and is ergonomically correct. No price or date out has been released.
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This ergonomic Multi-media device can be used as a wireless presenter, mouse with trackball or laser pointer. Plug into your USB port and choose between two modes. It can page up or down, zoom, and supports Windows 98/Me/2000/XP. Specialty buttons connect to My Favorites or My Computer. At a size of 128 x 52 x 45mm, it comes with both receiver and 2 AAA batteries at a price of $37.00.
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Bella has released a wireless HD mouse that is a multimedia person’s dream. Using their software, define mouse movements (X and Y axis) to turn it into a jog/shutter controller. Program keystrokes by the button, scroll wheel or movement. Switch between standard and HD with a click of the wheel and use included presets for Windows or Mac applications. The HD Mouse has a 26 ft. range and a handy onscreen display. Get yours for $69.95.
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This mouse likes to travel. Arriving in its own carrying pouch, the 500/1000 dpi Bluetooth V2.0 Optical Mouse has a working range of 10 meters, can toggle the DPI setting with a simple button and works with all Bluetooth capable PCs, Macs, laptops, and ultra-portables. Powered by 2 AAA batteries (not included,) it comes with a user’s guide in English and free shipping with its $19.98 price.
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Elecom Japan has come up with what they feel is a mouse that is as close to providing “pen and Paper” precision as one can get. The 3-button Scope Node M-SN1UL is certainly high end with a 1600dpi laser sensor that is off-center to simulate where a pen point would be located in your hand. The USB mouse is compatible with both Windows and Mac. Available in black, mat silver or glossy silver, expect a price of ¥6,000 (~$61.00.)