Apple releases Wireless Mighty Mouse

wireless_mm.jpgApple today introduced the wireless Mighty Mouse, a new version of its popular multi-button mouse, now with the added freedom that only wireless connectivity can provide. The new wireless Mighty Mouse offers a reliable, secure connection to Macs and features a new laser tracking engine that is 20 times more sensitive than standard optical mice for better tracking on even more surfaces. Priced at US$69, Apple’s wireless Mighty Mouse includes up to four independently programmable buttons and an ingenious Scroll Ball that lets users scroll in any direction.

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Apple StoreThe wireless Mighty Mouse is a Bluetooth 2.0 based multi-button mouse that retains the simplicity of a single-button mouse, and can be used as a single- or multi-button mouse depending on the user’s preference.

Apple released wired Mighty Mouse (MA086LL/A) last August, the price for wired Mighty Mouse is US$49. Besides the obvious difference - cord, wireless Mighty Mouse uses Laser tracking technology instead of Optical one used in wired version. Windows is not supported in wireless version. The Wireless version is priced at US$69 (MA272LL/A) with AA batteries included.

For more information, please visit Mighty Mouse (office website)

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