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Wednesday, 16 July 2008 08:02

New Wireless Laser Desktop 6000 coming

Written by test

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New mouse and improved design

Microsoft is readying a new version of its Wireless Laser Desktop 6000 which will have a slightly re-designed layout and a new more ergonomic mouse, which appears to have a bigger hand grip.

The new keyboard appears to be slimmer than the old one, as most of the extra function buttons have been relocated from the left hand side to the top of the keyboard. It also has different looking function keys and a new layout at the top due to some of the extra functions having been altered. The keyboard retains its slightly curved ergonomic shape and the leather wristrest.

The mouse looks larger than what we've seen in the past from Microsoft and it appears to have an improved hand grip, although lefties need not apply, as the ergonomic shape prevents it from being used with the left hand.

Expect to pay around US$100 (€63/£50) when it lands sometime in September.

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