Microsoft announces three new BlueTrack mice

Today Microsoft announced that it will be releasing three new BlueTrack versions of its mice, at its lowest price point ever.  The three new mice, Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500, Wireless Mouse 2000 and Comfort Mouse 4500 will be available in March and April.

Wireless Mouse 2000:

The Wireless Mouse 2000 is completely wireless, using a Nano transceiver, which stands out less than a centimeter from the USB port.  The Wireless Mouse 2000 is a standard full-size mouse, which will sell for $29.99 in March. The Wireless Mouse 2000 will only be available in Gray.

Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500:

The Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 is also wireless. The 3500 is smaller than the 2000 in size, and will debut for $29.99 in April. It will be available in both Loch Ness Gray and Dragon Fruit Pink colours.

Comfort Mouse 4500:

The Comfort Mouse 4500 is the first wired BlueTrack mouse, for users who don’t like changing batteries. The Comfort Mouse 4500, like the other BlueTrack mice, will work on virtually any surface, except mirrors and glass.  The Comfort Mouse 4500 will sell for $24.99 and ship in March, available in black and three special-edition colours, Sea Blue, Poppy Red and Strawberry Pink.

All three mice are backed by a three-year limited hardware warranty, and are available for pre-order on Amazon.com today.

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