Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000 With BlueTrack Technology

June 19, 2009, By Atul Roach


Wireless is the way to go and if you haven’t yet despised those mice, here is a smart option with the Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000. It is for the experts to decide whether this mouse  really targets the netbook users and as far as we are concerned, we would rather prefer talking about the BlueTrack technology-a novel incorporation indeed.

BlueTrack defeats optical and laser technology on the count that it is more responsive on any given surface, be it the super smooth granite or the coarse unfinished wood. What is also interesting is its Nano USB transceiver which measures a modest 0.4″ when plugged to your netbook. The small size gives you the option of keeping it plugged even when you don’t need to for it is hardly a botheration. If it still niggles you, there is docking base in the mouse itself.

The Mouse 4000 has an operative range of 15-feet and comes with a special button integrated for the  Windows 7 to activate the Windows Flip. Priced at $40 the wireless iteration will be available in August. [via Nexus404]

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