Genius has just introduced the new Traveler 9000 BlueEye-tracking wireless mouse in the US and Canada. Designed to be convenient companions to your portable computers, the Genius Traveler 9000 eschews cables in favor of a wireless anti-interference 2.4GHz RF frequency radio waves with the use of a Pico USB receiver.
The Traveler 9000 makes use of BlueEye-tracking technology which means it can be used on almost any surface you can find, including marble and glass (that usually cause most optical mice to malfunction). The mouse is powered by a single AAA alkaline battery (included) and has a power switch to conserve battery. It is available in five different colors: black, blue, yellow, ruby and snow beige (limited edition).
The Traveler 9000 works with Windows 7/Vista/XP or Mac OS X 10.4+ computers that have an available USB port. It is available now for $29.90 each. Seeing how nobody likes cables anymore, these mice sure make sense to own especially for people who like to travel.
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