Microsoft has launched today two new mice with a built-in dedicated Windows button. These mice are first of its kind from Microsoft based on latest BlueTrack technology and built-in Bluetooth connectivity. Sculpt Mobile Mouse available now at $29.95 while the Sculpt Comfort Mouse will come in June for $39.95 for U.S. users only.
The software giant Microsoft took another step to make Windows 8 more easier to navigate. Today, the company has announced Windows specific touch sensitive Sculpt mice that have a dedicated Windows touch tab. The two new mice announced are called Sculpt Comfort Mouse and Sculpt Mobile Mouse. Both are the very advanced type of mice built on the latest BlueTrack technology and Bluetooth enabled access for laptops and PCs.
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The Sculpt Comfort Mouse is a touch sensitive mouse based on latest BlueTrack technology with four-way scrolling capability. It is a Bluetooth mouse as it has a small USB transceiver that connects it with the system. It can be perfectly used with already available Sculpt Comfort Keyboard. Windows touch button is present on the side of this mouse that works by touching based on a blue strip. But this mouse provides you more features than a regular mouse. By just scrolling your finger up, it will take you to Windows Store apps. By scrolling down you can select any of the opened apps as will show you all opened apps on left side. This amazing new technology by Microsoft will be available to purchase in the United States during next month at a price of $39.95.
While the other Sculpt mouse is called Sculpt Mobile Mouse that also have a built-in Windows button. This is the latest wireless mouse that is evolved from mobile mouse 3500 and can also be scrolled in all four directions. It also has a small USB transceiver but this one is a wireless. It has same features like comfort mouse as based on BlueTrack technology. Yet it works more efficiently for Windows 7 or Windows 8 and its a wireless mouse. It is now available to purchase in current month i.e. May, for $29.95 in the U.S.