Microsoft 'Express Mouse, Comfort Mouse 3000 and Comfort Mouse 6000' Launched

Microsoft Hardware launched three new additions to the mouse roster, all wired and under $30: the Express Mouse, Comfort Mouse 3000 and Comfort Mouse 6000.Express Mouse offers the most appealing design out the three new peripherals, as you can very well see from the image at the top of this article. "Whether you're surfing the […]

Microsoft Hardware launched three new additions to the mouse roster, all wired and under $30: the Express Mouse, Comfort Mouse 3000 and Comfort Mouse 6000.

Express Mouse offers the most appealing design out the three new peripherals, as you can very well see from the image at the top of this article. "Whether you're surfing the web, working on a report or playing games, the ambidextrous design and smooth top case will keep you comfortable."

Express Mouse

The mouse also includes BlueTrack Technology that lets you mouse almost anywhere, even on difficult surfaces that're rough, glossy or soft. And the new color options will add some pop to your PC.

Express Mouse will be available in Flint Grey and Hibiscus Red in April, and Turf Green, Dahlia Pink, Ultramarine Blue and Coast Blue in June. All for just $19.95.

The Redmond company reveals that customers opting for Comfort Mouse 3000 or Comfort Mouse 6000 will also be able to take advantage of BlueTrack.

Comfort Mouse 3000 is a great choice for the productive ambidextrous mouse user, and -- for the righties -- the Comfort Mouse 6000 will fit you like a glove to offer more control as you mouse.

Comfort Mouse 3000/6000

Microsoft is gearing up to launch Comfort Mouse 3000 and 6000 in April 2010. The first will cost $19.95 while the second will feature a price tag of $29.95.

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