It uses a tiny USB receiver that’s so small, it’s almost flush with the notebook (or MacBook). Which means you can leave it in, rather than constantly unplugging every time you’ve finished with it. The mouse itself features the MicroGear Precision Scroll Wheel – so when the wheel is in hyper-fast scrolling mode, you can fly through long documents with the flick of a finger. To shift to the precise, click-to-click scrolling mode, you need only press and click the scroll wheel. There’s also a One-Touch search button to instantly display results from a favourite search engine.
Powered by two AAA batteries, it’s expected in late August for a suggested retail price of £49.99.
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