Microsoft has unveiled a new line of mobile mice called the Mobile Mouse 4000. The new mouse comes in several different designs on the top with different color options. The mice all have the BlueTrack laser tech, a small nano transceiver, and use 2.4GHz wireless tech.
The mice also all sell for $39.99 and will ship next month. The difference comes in the print on the top of the mouse. Microsoft will sell three mice directly and at retailers and online that have a pink design called Pirouette, a white design called Downtown, and a skull design called Crania.
Another series of three designs will be Best Buy exclusive. The designs include a pink Botanic design, cosmic that looks like star charts, and Micro that looks like biology class. All of the mice promise 10 months on one battery.
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