Sunday, 26 May 2013 19:49

Microsoft Windows 8 Mice... Will they Make the ModernUI Make Sense?

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Microsoft has unveiled two new wireless mouses adapted to users of Windows 8. They are larger model Sculpt Comfort Mouse and smaller Sculpt Mobile Mouse, both of which are intended for less demanding users and generally only have the basic controls and standard functionalities.

Sculpt Comfort Mouse on the left side has a large and noticeable Windows 8 key, which is also a touch sensor, that allows switching between the Start screen and the active application or scrolling through the currently running programs with swipe gestures. The mouse connects to a computer via Bluetooth and its BlueTrack sensor is effective on a variety of substrates. It will be on sale in June at a price of $40.
Smaller Sculpt Mobile Mouse has a symmetrical design and the smaller Windows 8 button with sensor touch switches on the upper side of the mouse (under the wheel), and it also has a sensor with Microsoft BlueTrack technology. This wireless mouse will connect to a computer using its own dongle, and comes in sales later this month at a price of $30.
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