06. 25. 2009
Belkin Makes Hands Happy with Three Cool Mice
When you spend 8-10 hours a day in front of a computer, it's important that you're as comfortable as possible. The right chair, correct posture, glare guard it all works in tandem to get you through the day with as little detriment to your productivity as possible. Belkin, stylish yet functional peripheral maker has just upped the comfort ante with its latest releases, the Wireless Comfort Mouse, the Retractable Mouse, and the Bluetooth Comfort Mouse.
The mice feature a new design billed as the "most comfortable mouse shape" that is supposed to hit the optimal hand position for maximum comfort, but that's where the similarities end. The retractable and wireless mice both feature an all-terrain optical engine that lets comfy peripherals work on any surface while the Bluetooth version relies on a laser optical sensor. Both the wireless and Bluetooth mice rely on batteries while the retractable is USB powered. The retractable version also prevents snags via the retractable cable.
All three mice are Mac and PC compatible. Set to release in the states at the end of June, the wireless and retractable models are available in Pitch Black, Midnight Blue, Fuchsia, Candy Red and are retailing at $29.99 and $19.99 respectively while the Bluetooth model only comes in black and white.and comes in at $49.99.