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Kensington debuts four notebook mice

updated 06:25 pm EDT, Wed September 20, 2006

Kensington notebook mice

Kensington has introduced four new notebook mice, and announced that all of the company's iPod accessories are compatible with Apple's new revamped video iPod and iPod nano. The Si750m Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse is one of the smallest full-featured notebook mice available, according to Kensington, combining a sculpted micro size and rubber grips with high-resolution laser technology that works on most surfaces. The Si750m also includes interference-resistant 2.4Ghz wireless technology, a smart mini receiver that tucks inside the mouse and long battery life on a single AA battery. Accompanying the Si750m is the Si650m, featuring a mid-sized shape with sculpted grips that offers 2.4GHz wireless capability alongside a 4-way tilt-scroll wheel. Kensington's Si750m ($50), Si650m ($40), Ci65m ($30), and Ci25m ($20) mice are slated for shipment in October.

The Ci65m wireless optical mouse is intended for left or right-handed use, offering 1,000dpi precision coupled with a smart mini receiver that snaps on the bottom of the mouse. Three buttons and a scroll wheel ease navigation of documents as well as websites. Kensington's Ci25m notebook optical mouse features a retractable cord and a flexible design intended for right or left-handed users. The Ci25m also includes "DiamondEye" optical technology to deliver improved accuracy and responsiveness.
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  1. mymacluvsme

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    bluetooth?

    no new ones?

  1. Macola

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Wireless RF

    I still don't get the popularity of wireless RF (non-Bluetooth) mice. If you're going to use up a USB port anyway, why not just get a wired mouse? At least it won't drop the connection.

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