Microsoft has unveiled three new peripherals in its BlueTrack range, two new mice and a wireless keyboard/mouse set. The Microsoft BlueTrack Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000 is intended for mobile use, and pairs a blue-laser mouse with a mini-USB 2.4GHz transceiver; meanwhile the Wireless Mouse 5000 has a larger transceiver and is intended for desktop use.
Runtime is estimated at up to 10 months for the 6000 and up to 8 months for the 5000. Each has a power switch to save battery life and, in the case of the 6000, prevent accidentally resuming a sleeping laptop by clicking the mouse while it
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