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IOGEAR Unveils Wireless Mini Mouse

IOGEAR has launched its wireless and rechargeable Mini Mouse 800 RF, enabling mobile professionals to work more easily and accurately in space-restricted locations, such as airplanes, cars and coffee shops. A recent survey conducted by IOGEAR revealed 72% of laptop users said they would rather purchase a separate mouse than use a touchpad.

The PC/Mac compatible wireless Mini Mouse is powered by RF technology, making it simple for mobile users to work from a computer or laptop without dangling wires. Mini Mouse RF comes equipped with a unique on/off switch to prolong battery life. In addition, there is a motion sensor that puts batteries on ‘idle’ when there is no movement detected, also saving battery life. The compact ergonomic design and optical sensor offer comfortable use on most surfaces, without the need for a mouse pad. The symmetrical design makes it an ideal tool for left- and right-handed users.

Ideal for users in need of precision computing, the device offers 800-dpi resolution, twice the accuracy of standard mice. The high resolution also requires less cursor movement, an advantage for travelers working in confined spaces. The product is priced at $49.95 (MSRP) and is available immediately from all major catalog resellers, online resellers and selected retail outlets.

“Situations often arise when you find yourself needing additional space to work, such as on a plane or in the car. The size and physical connections necessary with traditional mice make it difficult to work in these locations,” said Miranda Su, vice president of sales and marketing at IOGEAR, Inc. “Mini Mouse RF allows mobile professionals to work in virtually any situation without wires getting in the way, making it the ultimate tool for today’s road warrior.”

Mini Mouse 800 RF is compatible with Windows 98, 98SE, 2000, ME and XP operating systems, as well as Mac OS X or later. The mouse is USB and Plug and Play ready. It also comes with a carrying case, USB battery charger cable and USB extension cable. For further information on IOGEAR’s Wireless Mini Mouse 800 or any IOGEAR products, please visit www.iogear.com.

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