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Microsoft introduces two gaming mice

updated 10:35 am EDT, Wed August 23, 2006

New Microsoft gaming mice

Microsoft hosted a press conference today at the Leipzig Gaming Convention where the software giant announced two new Mice. The first to be demonstrated is the Habu; a collaborated effort by Razer and Microsoft. The new mouse has sensitivity between 400 and 2000 DPI with on-board sensitivity controls, reports Electronista. The mouse also features adjustable side panels to best fit the user's hand alongside seven programmable buttons. The second mouse is not new, but the reintroduction of the Micrsoft Intellimouse Explorer 3 -- according to Microsoft, it's a gamer favorite. The new version maintains optical technology of it's predecessor but adds up to 9000 frames-per-second tracking and enhanced precision modes. The new mice will support both Windows and Macs. The Habu ($70) will ship in October, while the Intellimouse Explorer 3 ($40) will ship in September. [images included]

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