Kensington have introduced their latest Bluetooth-compatible wireless notebook mouse, the Si670m. It is designed for the growing number of notebook computers with built-in Bluetooth, so doesn’t come with a USB receiver of its own.
It features 1000dpi Performance Optical technology, plus a four-way tilt mechanism, and gives the ability to work on cramped and uneven surfaces. It has a mid-size body with sculpted, rubberised grips for comfort. It also has a battery detection light that warns the user when the battery is nearly out of charge.
Available this month priced $49.99, and hopefully available internationally soon after.
By Andy Merrett | January 12th, 2007