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Wednesday, 08 February 2012 14:56

Logitech launches Touch Mouse M600

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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One sleek touch rodent

Logitech’s new wireless mouse - the Touch Mouse M600 is sure to get a lot of attention, and it’s quite clear why – the damn thing is a charmer.

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The M600 is both right and left handed and recognizes click-taps and gesture swipes. There’s also support for Logitech’s Flow Scroll software.

The mouse connects to the company’s Unifying Receiver dongle, which supports up to six Logitech devices at one time. Interestingly enough, it can run on one or two AA batteries. Of course, removing one battery will make the mouse lighter but slash operation time from six to three months.

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The Touch Mouse M600 will hit the market later this month at $69.99.

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