Logitech unveils M560 wireless mouse

The well-known maker of various peripherals Logitech has announced the Wireless Mouse M560. The main new feature of the new company product is the special Windows 8 button that grants the user quick access to applications and a quick return to the Windows desktop.

Other interesting features include a scrolling wheel that works in two modes –

free-spinning and click-to-click. To the left of the mouse users will also find two programmable buttons. The mouse comes in black and gray colors and has rubber-covered sides for easier and better handling. A single AA battery can power the M560. The mouse relies on a Nano receiver at 2.4 GHz to communicate with the host device.

The Logitech Wireless Mouse M560 is available now for a price of USD 40.


Source: Logitech

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