Microsoft shows off new artist edition mice

Microsoft has its own line of peripherals and today the company has announced a few updates to its mice and webcam products.  

The first update is the introduction of new designs for Microsoft’s Arc touch mouse and the wireless mobile mouse 3500. These new designs were created by five different artists from across the globe and can be seen in the image below.

Microsoft is also introducing additional limited edition colors to its Explorer Touch Mouse line and the Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 will also get a splash of new colors that can be seen below.

Other hardware news that Microsoft is putting out today is that all of its HD webcams and USB headsets are now Skype certified which should not be a major surprise considering Microsoft recently purchased Skype.

All of the hardware announcements are incremental updates to existing products but for those who want a mouse with a little flavor, these designs definitely add a bit personal appeal and expression to your laptop bag.

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i find it funny how microsoft still makes all these keyboards and mouses but refuses to produce a 1st party phone/ tablet

I had two Microsoft wireless mouses (mobile 1000 and one more, can't remember), bought a new Logitech m515 - I never looked back.

SubZenit said,
I had two Microsoft wireless mouses (mobile 1000 and one more, can't remember), bought a new Logitech m515 - I never looked back.

I'm on a M305, cant seem to find a place to buy the M515 that will ship here

waqastariq said,

I'm on a M305, cant seem to find a place to buy the M515 that will ship here

I got it for like $50, I'm from Romania tough, and if this mouse can be found in this country, then everywhere on the planet can be found, seriously...

M305 it's pretty nice, but m515 it's a little bit bigger and I don't know other comparsions, since I never used an M305, but I recommend the m515 one...