Light Portable Bluetooth Mouse Spreading Around the World with No Tail

Shenzhen, China (PressExposure) August 06, 2009 -- Mice first broke onto the public stage with the introduction of the Apple Macintosh in 1984, and since then they have helped to completely redefine the way we use computers. But the regular mouse is "cabled," meaning it uses an electrical cord that connects to PS2 or USB ports. This type of mouse reduces the freedom with which the user can use the mouse.

Thanks to the invention of Bluetooth mouse, we can operate the computer more conveniently and freely. Bluetooth mouse has many obvious advantages.

First, Bluetooth mouse can easily and quickly connect to a laptop or desktop computer without the need for wires. Bluetooth mouse is excellent for business presentations because it can be used up to 33 feet (or 10 meters) away from the computer. That means the user doesn't have to stay close to the computer, giving him or her freedom to move about with ease. And no wires means no time wasted untangling your mouse from the rest of your laptop's cables when you are travelling.

Second, Bluetooth mouse is light in weight as it does not have a heavy ball inside it unlike the old ball mouse. It is very easy to handle and is very sensitive. Bluetooth mouse does not disrupt the frequencies of other devices like your WIFI or your cordless phone. It’s more sensitive to surfaces and are usable almost anywhere, be it on an office desk, in the plane, at your favorite coffee shop, and even on your bed.

One of the things to take care of about Bluetooth mouse is their batteries. But these batteries once fully charged stays up for about three months even when used very frequently.

You need not worry about entangled wires and worry about separating them each and every time you move your computer or laptop around. With these wireless Bluetooth mouse there is freedom from wires.

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Press Release Submitted On: December 22, 2009 at 7:09 pm
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