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Logitech ships Revolution wireless mice

updated 01:55 pm EDT, Thu August 24, 2006

Revolution mice ship

Logitech has launched Revolution, a new line of cordless mice designed for users who work with large documents. The wireless Logitech MX Revolution ($100) and Logitech VX Revolution ($80) mice feature laser tracking and built-in lithium-ion batteries. Both devices include a new type of scroll wheel technology that supports normal click scrolling with extra precision, as well as "free scroll" which allows users to flick the wheel resulting in continued spinning up to seven seconds, instantly stopping wherever desired. Both mice also feature a one-touch searching button as well as a battery status indicator. The MX Revolution features a document quick-flip wheel on the side of the mouse, while the VX includes a storable USB mini-receiver and zoom control. Both mice are available for Mac OS X as well as Microsoft Windows. [images included]






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  1. jarod

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    $150!!!!

    Canadian dollars!!! Give it a month and watch the price go BOOOM

  1. Welly

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Left handed?

    Completely useless for us cack-handed folk.

  1. OtisWild

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Where's the Bluetooth?

    What a suck, I would love a BT laser mousie for my new Macbook. Dongles on the road = weak.

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