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Ilse Jurriën : August 20th 2006 - 15:00 CET

Targus rechargeable notebook mouse


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TargusTargus rechargeable notebook mouse : Targus Inc., the world's leading manufacturer of notebook cases and accessories, expands its line of Bluetooth mice with the introduction of the Targus Bluetooth Laser Notebook Mouse. "Targus is responding to the needs of their consumers by adding in-use charging to its wireless notebook mice, thus ensuring no more dead batteries," said Michael Greco, director, USA product marketing, for Targus Inc. "The Bluetooth and laser-enabled mice currently on the market consume more power than their optical counterparts. By offering a rechargeable solution, Targus meets the increasing demand for Bluetooth enabled peripherals that solve a critical power issue for consumers."
Targus rechargeable notebook mouseTargus rechargeable mouse - Bluetooth
Designed to work with Bluetooth-enabled PC or Mac notebooks, the new mouse is compact, lightweight and does not require a receiver. The batteries recharge while in use providing continuous operation for business travelers, students, gamers and other on-the-go consumers. The Bluetooth Laser Notebook Mouse measures 4.1" x 2.1" x 1.4" and weighs just 2.04 oz. MSRP is $69.99.

Bluetooth laser notebook mouse
Featuring laser technology that provides up to 20 times the sensitivity of a standard optical mouse, the Bluetooth Laser Notebook Mouse can switch from 800-dpi to 1600-dpi while on the fly, making it the ideal solution for gaming and other fast-action applications where heightened accuracy and responsiveness are essential. The mouse can be charged while in use with the included USB cable and ships with two rechargeable batteries. Delivering seamless operation from up to 33 feet away, the Bluetooth Laser Notebook Mouse's scroll wheel provides easy navigation, and the carrying pouch offers added convenience for travel.

About Targus
Targus invented the notebook case and continues to advance the mobile accessories category with innovative and relevant solutions for today's mobile lifestyle. Targus products enhance productivity, connectivity, and security, liberating users to work in any and all environments with the utmost convenience and comfort. Founded in 1983, Targus headquarters are located in Anaheim, Calif., with offices worldwide and distribution agreements in over 100 countries.





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