HP unveils a “technological revolution”… the Wi-Fi mouse

HP has unveiled what it calls a “technological revolution” – a Wi-Fi mouse.

HP unveils a

The new HP Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse is the first to connect over Wi-Fi, which HP said helps free up USB ports occupied by wired mice or wireless versions that require a USB-based radio frequency connector. It will work from up to 30 feet away.

“It ranks as a technological revolution because it eliminates wires and external receivers forever, offering total freedom at your fingertips,” HP said, seemingly without irony.

The technological marvel promises a nine-month battery life – twice that of Bluetooth rivals – and comes with five customisable buttons and a laser sensor. It features what HP describes as a “sculpted shape designed to fit like a glove in your hand”.

The Wi-Fi only works with Windows 7 machines and will be available this month for £40.

Disclaimer: Some pages on this site may include an affiliate link. This does not effect our editorial in any way.

Todays Highlights
How to See Google Search History
how to download photos from google photos