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Sep 17, 2011

Targus to Rrelease new WiFi PAN-equipped Laser Mouse this September

Back in 2008, Ozmo Devices paired up with Intel to get its WiFi PAN (WiFi Personal Area Network) tech into low-power devices. Fast-forward to a few years later, tack on a new partnership with Targus and get ready for the first of those Bluetooth-less peripherals to hit the market. The company's new accessory teammate is planning to rollout a line of WiFi Laser mice that incorporate the OZMO2000 chip, with the first mouse to hit sometime this September. The unreleased AMW58US model will connect directly to your computer's WiFi receiver and packs a four-way scroll wheel, laser sensor and compatibility for Windows 7 -- batteries included. There's no pre-order page available at the moment, so you'll just have to sit tight and wait it out.
 
 

5 comments:

aamedor said...

I prefer one with a cord, less battery use

YeamieWaffles said...

Prefer my mouse with a cord. I don't think wireless always means good like people assume. A lack of wires can sometimes cause faults more than positives. Thanks for sharing though.

George Anderson said...

Looks nice!

Red13 said...

hmm...I need a mouse

ir control uk said...

Amazing !! I want this latest mouse soon.