BlueEye-Tracking Wireless Mouse
June 16, 2011 by Sharon
The mouse has proven itself to be one of the most useful devices for navigation on computer screens and it has since evolved from cables to wireless. However, even the wireless mouse has its limitations as it does not work on every surface. All you mouse enthusiasts can take heart at the introduction of a new type of mouse which might just be able to work on any type of surface; the Genius BlueEye-tracking wireless mouse.
This nifty little device is designed to work ergonomically and has an extremely responsive 1200 dpi optical engine. As its name suggests, it utilizes the BlueEye tracking technology which enables it to function on all types of surface. This includes marble and glass, of which preceding wireless mice have failed.
The Genius BlueEye-tracking wireless mouse can be connected to your personal computer or notebook via a wireless and anti-interference 2.4 GHz RF frequency which is made possible by a Pico USB receiver. This tiny receiver can be left inside the USB port of your notebook so that it will not be damaged when you carry your notebook around.
The BlueEye-tracking wireless mouse is compatible with the Windows 7, Vista and XP and Mac OS X 10.4+ operating systems and comes with a Stick-N-Go mount for you to stick the mouse to your notebook for convenience of mobility. It only requires a single AAA alkaline battery, which comes with every purchase, to work and has a power switch to help conserve battery power when not in use. If you are particular about its look, fret not as the BlueEye-tracking Wireless Mouse is available in black, blue, yellow, ruby and the limited edition snow beige colors.