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September 6, 2005

Microsoft Announces New Mice and Keyboards

Posted by David Hunter at 11:19 AM ET.

Microsoft Puts High Definition Technology in the Palm of Your Hand

Microsoft Corp. today unveiled a new line consisting of six powerful High Definition products: five new mice and a cutting-edge High Definition Laser desktop. Whether at work, at home or on the go, users can now choose from this exclusive full suite of High Definition Optical and High Definition Laser mice for superior performance on the PC.

Microsoft’s new cutting-edge High Definition Optical and Laser Technology is two generations ahead of standard optical and laser mice…

And the result is 1000 dpi and 6000 FPS among other benefits.

The lineup is 3 new notebook mice (Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 6000, Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 4000 and Notebook Optical Mouse 3000), 2 new desktop mice (Wireless Laser Mouse 6000, and reintroducing the Wireless IntelliMouse® Explorer as Wireless Optical Mouse 5000) and the Wireless Laser Desktop 6000 which is a wireless keyboard and mouse combo of the Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 and a Comfort Curve Keyboard (apparently a special model).

Separately announced were the Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000, Comfort Optical Mouse 3000, and Comfort Curve Keyboard 2000 with improved ergonomic features. Details on the new Natural Ergonomic Keyboard are here.

Also, a Laser Gaming Mouse With Enhanced Functionality was announced.



Filed under Keyboards, Mice, Microsoft Hardware

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One Response to “Microsoft Announces New Mice and Keyboards”

  1. Microsoft expands High Definition mouse line -- Microsoft News Tracker Says:

    [...] The Microsoft Hardware folks just keep chugging along in their nice little niche. Today the High Definition family of mice announced last September was expanded: In response to consumer demand for higher-performing peripherals at work or play, Microsoft Hardware is expanding its High Definition line of mouse products. Microsoft Corp. is relaunching its No. 1 best-selling mouse1, the Microsoft® Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse, to feature the company’s proprietary High Definition technology. Rounding out the line expansion are two new desktop mice — one optical and one laser. In keeping with Microsoft Hardware’s commitment to offering its customers the best in performance and value, the line now includes a High Definition notebook and desktop mouse for less than $30 (U.S.). Praised for responsiveness, precision and smoother tracking, Microsoft’s High Definition line continues to raise the bar for mouse performance. [...]

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