Microsoft Rolls Out Wireless Mice, Keyboards
Microsoft Corp. last week rolled out a slew of mice and keyboards for business users.
The Wireless Optical Desktop Comfort Edition includes a keyboard and mouse with enhanced ergonomic features. The keyboard is slightly curved, and its keys are at a 6-degree angle to align better with the natural angle of the hand and wrist. The mouse features Microsofts tilt-wheel technology, which lets users scroll vertically or horizontally. The keyboard and mouse cost $84.95.
For business users on the go, Microsoft issued a wireless mouse for notebooks. Priced at $44.95, the device includes a feature that lets users power-off the mouse when its not in use to extend battery life, which Microsoft said is about three months.
For Bluetooth users, Microsoft announced two products: the Optical Desktop Elite for Bluetooth, for $159, and the IntelliMouse Explorer for Bluetooth, priced at $84.95.