You know how the Chinese zodiac comprises of a dozen animals to depict their lunar cycle, where each Chinese New Year will usher in a spanking new animal? It is also said that folks born in that particular zodiac year will exhibit traits of the creature, and Microsoft intends to usher in the Year of the Dragon in 2012 (happening towards the end of January, due to the fact that they follow the lunar calendar) by introducing the Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 Year of the Dragon edition. Yes sir, you will find an intricate dragon design that is the brainchild of premier artist Nod Young, where everything else inside will be the same as the stock version save for the dragon design on the outside. This means you will be able to take advantage of the award-winning BlueTrack Technology as well as the snap-in Nano transceiver when traveling for easy roaming.
Apart from that, there is also the Arc Touch Mouse Year of the Dragon version that will sport a sleek crouching dragon design which blends in perfectly with the special Arc Touch Mouse form factor, letting you bend, snap and stow this little computer peripheral according to your own arrangement. You can pick up the Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 Year of the Dragon for $34.95 a pop, while the Arc Touch Mouse Year of the Dragon is more expensive at $69.95 each.
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