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MoGo mouse designed for netbook systems

Written by IT News on 9:44 PM

Netbooks have become one of the most active segments of the PC market, as highlighted by a number of players in the industry. Thanks to pioneers such as Intel and ASUS have netbook market has achieved impressive levels, with PC suppliers are now looking to the former next-generation platform for small, ultra-portable computers.

In this respect, there are a number of other companies have benefited from impressive growth in the netbook market by announcing a few products that are designed as accessories to this factor. Newton Peripherals is one of these companies and has now begun with MoGo, a small mouse that is designed for netbook users.

"No other mouse manufacturers including Logitech, Belkin or Microsoft still is to develop a fully integrated mouse Netbook like MoGo Mouse for Netbooks," says Stuart Nixdorff, President of Newton Peripherals. "We developed Netbook MoGo mouse kit fully integrate MoGo Presenter Mouse with a Netbook. Now, users can always have a charged Bluetooth MoGo mouse with its Netbook, where they are."

According to the specifications for this little mouse, users are provided with a device which measures 78 x 54 x 5 mm and weighs only 14 grams, one of the most portable, thin mice for such systems. The unit is also equipped with an 800 dpi sensor, and uses Bluetooth 2.0 technology for the connection. According to the company, which includes the battery is approximately 10 hours of driving on a single charge, making it an excellent choice for the majority of netbooks on the market.

Even combined with a low profile removable dock connector and laddkabel, the MoGo mouse for netbook systems are expected to be available in mogostore.com at a price of U.S. $99.

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