Microsoft Bluetooth Wireless Intellimouse Explorer

Posted: Aug 7 2003, 11:36pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:42am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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Microsoft Bluetooth Wireless Intellimouse Explorer
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Microsoft Bluetooth Wireless Intellimouse Explorer lets you go wireless.

The optical Microsoft Intellimouse for me has become the must have mouse. The forward backward buttons on the side and the optical technology makes it the best mouse out there.

Now MS cut the wires and offers the mouse as a bluetooth version.

Features:
Features:
- Wireless Bluetooth technology with ranges up to 30 feet
- Premium metallic and chrome accents add sophisticated style, while ergonomic engineering delivers the ultimate in comfort and support
- IntelliEye optical technology
- Accelerated scrolling reacts to how quickly you roll the wheel, saving you time and effort
- 3-year warranty


The Microsoft Bluetooth Wireless Intellimouse Explorer sells for only $69.99 on Amazon.com.

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