We have seen our fair share of computer mice from Microsoft in the past, but they are not really the first name to pop into most people’s minds whenever one is looking for a mousing peripheral, simply because their weight of being a software giant has been their mainstay most of the time. Well, Microsoft has just announced that they have decided to refresh the Artist Series mice range, which you can check out in the image above.
For starters, there is the Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 series that offers precision, portability and wireless freedom in a single package, while delivering a bunch of customized designs that will definitely increase the aesthetics factor in your daily activities with their Limited Edition Artist Series. The range will boast of artists such as Dana McClure, Deanne Cheuk, Kustaa Saksi, Matt Lyon, Joy Deangdeelert Cho and Si Scott, where you get half a dozen of these stylish mice, with individual designs demonstrating the artist’s personality and artistic approach.
Hardware-wise, you will find a battery life of up to 8 months, 2.4GHz wireless technology and BlueTrack Technology so that you can use it just about anywhere. Nice to know that nano transceiver works in a snap-in method, letting you plug it into your computer at all times without having to worry about it snapping off. [Press Release]
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