Mogo Announces Netbook Mouse With Holder

Posted: Aug 6 2009, 10:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:40pm CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
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Mogo makes mice and Bluetooth headsets for notebooks that have one thing in common; they all dock inside of the PC Card slot for charging and storage. Mogo has announced a new mouse for netbooks that is a bit different. The small design of netbooks means most of them lack a slot large enough for the typical Mogo mouse.

The new Mogo Mouse for Netbooks includes a cradle that sticks to the front of the netbook and is only 5mm thick. The mouse connects to the netbook via Bluetooth and sells for $99. The mouse works with XP, Vista, and Mac computers and uses Bluetooth 2.0.

The mouse has a wireless range of 800 DPI and measures 3.1" x 2.125" x 0.2" and weighs 14 grams. The mouse is rechargeable and will run for 8 to 10 hours on a single charge. A full charge for the mouse takes 30 minutes.

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