Arc Touch Mouse
No matter how proficient you are with a laptop finger pad, it just doesn’t come close to the ease of use and convenience of a traditional mouse. Now there’s a wireless laser option that offers portability, style and ergonomics.
The Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse runs on two AAA batteries and folds down to about the size of an iPhone when not in use, making for easy transport. The USB wireless receiver can be stored on the bottom of the mouse and offers quick plug-and-play convenience.
Using haptic feedback (light vibration that signals scrolling speed), the touch strip of the Arc responds precisely to the movement of the user’s finger, allowing scrolling through long documents using simple finger movements instead of clicks.
The patented BlueTrack Technology, combined with the precision performance of laser, means it can work on almost any surface, even carpet. The Arc Mouse comes with a pouch, batteries and instruction manual and retails for about $60.
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