The Newton Peripherals Mogo Presenter Mouse has been on the market for a while now. The mouse is a Bluetooth device that requires no dongle to connect with a computer. The main feature of previous MoGo mice was the ability to store and charge inside an ExpressCard slot.
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The ExpressCard slot being required meant that owners of notebooks lacking the slot could not use the unique mouse. A new MoGo Presenter Mouse PC was introduced this week that has the same features as previous MoGo mice including Bluetooth and the ability to control PowerPoint presentations. The difference is that the new mouse can store in a PCMCIA slot.
"Mobile laptop users demand technology that travels well, is convenient to use with a high degree of functionality to help them be productive. We are seeing tremendous response to our ultra-portable products," said Matthew Westover, President and Chief Executive Officer of Newton Peripherals. "We are launching the MoGo Presenter Mouse PC for the millions of laptop users who have computers with PC Card-based interfaces, and would benefit from the two-in-one functionality of a wireless mouse and presentation remote."