wireless mouse

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wireless mouse

A mouse that sends signals to the computer without a cord. Bluetooth mice are commonly used with tablets, because most tablets have Bluetooth built in. They can also be used with a computer that has Bluetooth from the factory or via an adapter. Wireless mice that use other radio frequencies (RF) come with their own transceiver that plugs into the USB port of the computer. See optical mouse, wireless dongle and ISM band.


Microsoft Mouse Transceiver
This Microsoft mouse transceiver barely protrudes from the USB port.
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A Bluetooth headset and Bluetooth mouse are included in the package we have recently launched for students," the area sales manager of Dell, Delhi, who did not wish to be named, told MAIL TODAY .
CSR said BlueCore will enable more Bluetooth connections to be sustained simultaneously, enabling for example a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard to be used while sending a document to a Bluetooth-enabled printer at the same time.
The Logitech Cordless Desktop MX for Bluetooth, Logitech MX 900 Bluetooth Mouse and the Logitech diNovo Media Desktop are also designed to turn the PC into a Bluetooth control centre so that other devices with the technology such as a PDA, mobile phone, headset or printer can be connected.
Microsoft has recently thrown its weight behind the standard, releasing a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard for Windows XP.
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