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Thursday, 06 January 2011 19:25

Microsoft shows another touchable rodent

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Touch Mouse to debut in June
Microsoft has detailed yet another touchable rodent that will be selling alongside its Arc Touch sibling in June, the Touch Mouse.

The new Touch Mouse features a standard mouse look and will allow simple clicks, touch scrolling as well as three-finger gestures. According to Microsoft, thanks to the Microsoft Hardware team that has developed multitouch gestures the Windows 7 will be easier, simpler and more fun to use with the Touch Mouse.

On the spec side, the Touch Mouse is based on BlueTrack technology and connects wirelessly to the computer. The current pre-order price tag is set at US $79.95 over at Amazon.com.

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