HP Introduces Industry’s First Wi-Fi Mouse

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HP WIFI Mouse
HP WIFI Mouse

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HP recently announced the industry’s first Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse which allows the mouse to connect quickly to a laptop or desktop PC without the hasse of wires, via Wi-Fi. The new HP Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse looks unremarkably like any other mouse (in fact, it looks quite boring), however, offers fantastic battery life – up to nine months as compared to Bluetooth models. It comes with five customisable buttons for users to create shortcuts, and a smooth four-way tilt scroll wheel. It has an impressive working range of up to 30 feet from the PC.

The new HP Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse retails at RM150 (RRP).


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Catch the introduction video here:
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzzFy4hpL7k

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HP Introduces Industry’s First Wi-Fi Mouse. No Dongle, No Wires Required

HP has introduced the industry’s first, state-of-the-art Wi-Fi® Mobile Mouse which allows users to do more without the hassle of wires and with the assurance of extended battery life.

The new HP Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse, (RRP: RM150) is the first mouse to connect quickly and easily without a USB dongle via a PC’s built-in Wi-Fi receiver.(1) A reliable, first-time pairing connects the mouse to the PC, allowing users to work with ease and confidence. The mouse instantly reconnects during each use and operates without interference from other wireless devices.

The HP Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse also offers:

  • Up to nine months of battery life – more than twice the battery life of comparable Bluetooth® models.(2)
  • Five customizable buttons that allow users to create shortcuts for common actions such as cut, paste, undo and redo.
  • A smooth, four-way-tilt scroll wheel to improve control while scrolling up and down or side to side.
  • Full functionality up to 30 feet from the PC.
  • A sculpted form with rubber sides to ensure a comfortable, secure grip that can be used in the right or left hand.
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