Microsoft aims to make notebook computing ‘easier’ with the release of a Bluetooth mouse, wireless laser mouse, and an optical power saving mouse.
The Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 does not need any extensive setup process as it easily pairs up with Bluetooth-enabled computers and does not come with any transceivers. The Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 comes with a High Definition Laser Technology for smoother tracking and can be used for either hand. This mouse also comes with a battery indicator, an on/off button, and a carrying case for easy transport.
The Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 7000’s form factor is based on Microsoft’s Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 3000. The mouse uses a ‘High Definition Laser Technology’ for responsive tracking, comes with a one-click shortcut button that provides instant access to the Windows Vista Flip 3D feature, and comes with a snap-in transceiver that turns the mouse off when snapped in.
The Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 3000 now comes in a new slate colour and comes with an easy snap-in receiver to automatically turn off the mouse. Accroding to Microsoft, this mouse is great for those who are looking for an affordable wireless mouse without the hassle.