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Microsoft has raised the fashion stakes once more with the release of the stylish Frost White Arc™ mouse.
With the sleek and innovative Arc Mouse now available in black, red and white, users can add a touch of personal flair to increasingly colourful desktop and notebook set-ups.
“The chic form factor of the Arc Mouse is ideal for mobile New Zealand professionals who want stylish products that match their personal style,” said Microsoft’s Julia Nicholls, Product Manager for Mice and Keyboards, Microsoft ANZ. “Since we released Arc in black and red, demand has been strong for a white Arc Mouse to liven up areas from desks to receptions and living rooms, so we’ve answered the call.”
The award-winning Arc Mouse fuses fashion and functionality with its sleek, collapsible design that folds the mouse almost in half, providing the comfort of a full-size mouse with the portability of a notebook mouse. Flipping the mouse shut automatically turns the power off to save battery life. The Arc Mouse also features a snap-in magnetic micro-transceiver which effortlessly snaps into the bottom of the mouse, making packing up easier than ever.
Other features of the Arc Mouse include;
Pricing and Availability:
The Arc Mouse in frost white will be available in May 2009 for a recommended retail price of $99.001.
The Arc Mouse will be backed by a worldwide three-year limited hardware warranty from Microsoft Corp.
About Microsoft Hardware
For 25 years, the Hardware Group has employed innovative engineering, cutting-edge industrial design and extensive usability testing to create products of exceptional quality and durability that enhance the software experience and strengthen the connection between consumers and their PC. Microsoft Hardware leads the industry in ergonomic engineering, industrial design and hardware/software compatibility, offering consumers an easier, more convenient and more enjoyable computing experience. Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer, which launched in 1999, earned a place on PCWorld.com’s December 2005 list of “The 50 Greatest Gadgets of the Past 50 Years” as the first mainstream optical mouse that “brought gunk-free pointing devices” to a broad consumer base. More information about the Hardware Group is available at http://www.microsoft.com/hardware.
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