If you’ve always wanted to get your hands on a Microsoft Mouse featuring the fancy BlueTrack Technology (that allows you to use the mouse on practically any surface), but didn’t want to spend a fortune on it, Microsoft has the solution for you. Called the Express Mouse, these wired peripherals are the latest in the lineup of budget Microsoft mice. Because they make use of wires, you won’t have to deal with the hassle of changing batteries (and not to mention the prices of those wireless devices). Speaking of wires, the Express Mouse adds a nice touch to its design by having the wire extend at an angle from the mouse instead of being right smack in the center like all the other mice available now. Say goodbye to mouse pads with these Express mice when they arrive in five different colors – Flint Grey and Hibiscus Red in April and Turf Green, Dahlia Pink, Ultramarine Blue, and Coast Blue in June for $19.95 each.
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