Verbatim announces four mouse for notebooks and PC

 
May 1, 2009, 10:46 am

verbatim announces four mouse for notebooks and pc 
verbatim announces four mouse for notebooks and pc   The company Verbatim announces four mouse for notebooks and desktop computers.
The wireless laser mouse for notebooks from Verbatim is ideal for use at home and on trips. At the time of transportation of USB-receiver is placed at the bottom of the mouse. The model offers three options for moving speed:up to 1600 dpi. Also, there are three programmable buttons to perform frequent operations by one click.
Another wireless laser mouse for notebooks is working on Bluetooth protocol and is designed specifically for notebooks and laptops in a series of MacBook. By using Bluetooth, set the device runs extremely quick and easy. This mouse offers a variety of cursor sensitivity settings selected with one click.
Another wireless laser mouse Verbatim completed docking station, which uses modern technology to provide precision control over the movements of the mouse thanks to a laser sensor with high resolution. With its help, you can recharge the batteries (with battery saving). The set is ready to work immediately after accession to the USB-port.
Finally, the laser mouse for your desktop computer is a convenient design. Pleasant to the touch textured surface provides a comfortable job, and three programmable buttons to help facilitate access to the most popular features. Scroll wheel can also be used as keys. Two more buttons are located on the side of the mouse.

 

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