Microsoft has launched the Express Mouse, a compact mouse using the BlueTrack Technology that combines the power of optical with the precision of laser for remarkable tracking on more surfaces. The design of the mouse allows comfort on both hands. It has three customizable buttons and uses USB connection.

Express Mouse will be available in Flint Grey and Hibiscus Red in April, and Turf Green, Dahlia Pink, Ultramarine Blue and Coast Blue in June. All for just $19.95.

Comfort Mouse 3000 is a great choice for the productive ambidextrous mouse user, and — for the righties — the Comfort Mouse 6000 will fit you like a glove to offer more control as you mouse.

Microsoft is gearing up to launch Comfort Mouse 3000 and 6000 in April 2010. The first will cost $19.95 while the second will feature a price tag of $29.95.




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