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Logitech unveils mouse designed for living roomBy Staff Writer 21 January 2011 | Categories: news
If you have ever tried to manoeuvre your mouse while working in bed, you know it can be a frustrating affair. To help with this Logitech has unveiled the Wireless Mouse M515, delivering easy navigation from soft surfaces like sofas, beds or pillows.
The Logitech Wireless Mouse M515 features a sealed bottom case that makes gliding on fabric easy and worry free, and with a hand-detection sensor, the M515 is active only when gripped, while staying asleep if not in use. A sealed bottom, there to prevent fabric fuzz from collecting in the sensor opening, provides cursor control no matter what surface the mouse is used on, while the easy-gliding base makes using the mouse on couches (and blankets, cushions, clothing, carpets, even desks) easy.
The M515 also features Logitech Hyper-Fast Scrolling, two years of battery life and the plug-and-forget wireless Logitech Unifying receiver. This receiver is small enough to leave in a notebook’s USB slot so it’s less likely to be lost, while other Unifying- compatible mice and keyboards can be connected to the same receiver.
“Millions of people are connecting their computer to the TV, and the M515 mouse was built to address the unique needs of this experience,” said Leslie Smyth, Logitech sales manager for Southern Africa and developing countries. “As technology evolves and consumers’ habits change, Logitech continues to develop navigation devices that make it easier to control and access the things people love to do in the digital world,” he continued.
South Africans would have to wait a few months for the M515 since it should only reach our shore around winter 2011 with suggested retail price of R474.
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