HP intros Wi-Fi Mouse

Instead of another mouse with fancy look or uber precision laser sensor, utilizing Bluetooth tech and so on,  the guys form HP have developed a new wireless rodent that controls your PC pointer via WiFi. Claimed to be the first on the market to connect using Wi-Fi, whithout the need of USB dongle.

The new HP Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse features culpted form with rubber sides for more comfortable grip,  has five customizable buttons, four-way-tilt scroll wheel and offers wireless freedom up to 30 feet from the PC with up to nine-month battery life, which is much more than Bluetooth mouse.

HP Wi-Fi Mouse

The HP Wi-Fi will come in June , priced at $49.99.

Source: HP

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