Microsoft Gets Artistic with New Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 Designs

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You know what they say about spice, variety, and life. It's hard to prove that axiom wrong—even for notebook peripherals such as wireless mice. Which explains why Microsoft has added all three ingredients to its Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 Studio Series.

The company's fleet of portable mice is already well respected for its incredible battery life (these peripherals can run months on a single AA battery), the BlueTrack optical-laser sensor technology that works on nearly any surface, and the practical plug-and-go receiver that docks into the base of the mouse (see our gallery).

What's new are six new unique design options that come decked out on top of the $29.99 device. Microsoft worked with several international artists to get the sort of engaging, contemporary (and maybe just a touch hipster) patterns that mobile road warriors with an eye for style will enjoy. Check out all six new designs in our gallery, then hit Microsoft.com for more details.

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  • TinkerTenor Says:

    Microsoft mice are cheap and overpriced to me, but the designs are cool I guess. Mostly these look like clones of the very-popular Logitech mice that have had kooky designs now for a couple years or more. I love my $20 Logitech mouse, which also lasts "months on a single AA battery," and hasn't crapped out like that horrible HP mouse I had before. Microsoft is literally ALWAYS the last to jump on a trend and yet they never get called out on it. Irritating.

  • stirfry Says:

    Check out M$ on the cutting edge of technology. *yawn*

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