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Wednesday, 19 August 2009 15:06

Logitech shows two new rodents

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Darkfield Tracking technology

Logitech has started this month with quite a few announcements, and today we have two new wireless mice with Darkfield Laser Tracking technology that can work on almost any surface, even clear glass that's at least 4mm thick. The new mice will be selling under Performance Mouse MX and Anywhere Mouse MX names.

These two rodents are mutants as they don't have that tail but rather work over 2.4GHz WiFi and come with a Unifying USB reciever that can pick up up to six different peripherals at once. The best thing about the receiver is its compact size, which makes it ideal for notebook users. The full sized, right handed Performance Mouse MX is also rechargable while the ambidextrous Anywhere Mouse MX needs two AA batteries.

Both of the new Darkfield Laser Tracking equipped mice will also feature Hyper-fast scrolling and a three year warranty. Both should be available pretty soon with a €79.99 price tag for the Anywhere and €99.99 for the Performance Mouse MX.

You can check out more at Logitech's web site.

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