The Explorer Touch Mouse – The latest new hardware from Microsoft

Yesterday, Microsoft announced the release of the newest member of the Microsoft Hardware touch line – the Explorer Touch Mouse.

With this new mouse, we have taken touch strip technology to the next level by delivering a strip with both vertical and horizontal navigation, allowing you to swipe your mouse in any direction. In addition to easy navigation, the scroll wheel also allows for three speeds of scrolling: slow speed for precise movements, medium speed to advance a page or two, or hyperfast speed to flick quickly through a long document. And with advanced haptic technology, it’s easy to feel and hear how quickly you are scrolling.

Features of the Explorer Touch Mouse:
– One-touch Scrolling: Explore the touch strip with unique horizontal scroll. Flick up, down, and side to side to navigate.

Up to 18-Month Battery Life: Use your mouse for up to 18 months on a single battery.

BlueTrack Technology: Take advantage of BlueTrack Technology, which combines the power of optical with the precision of laser for remarkable tracking on virtually any surface.

Plug-And-Go Nano Transceiver: Leave the Nano Transceiver plugged in when you’re on the go, or stow it in the mouse.

Wireless Freedom: Give yourself room to move without worrying about tangled wires.

Five Customizable Buttons: Get quick access to the media, programs, and files you use most often.

Three-Year Limited Warranty

You may also check out Microsoft Touch Mouse for Windows 7 and Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse.

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