Philips Presents New Line of Wireless Mice and Keyboard
Philips presented today its new line of peripherals, with four new models of wireless and corded mice and a wireless keyboard. The new products were made with an emphasis on ergonomics and comfort, and a clean no-thrills design and a glossy surface that prevents dirt from building up on your mouse and keyboard.
The Philips SPM8713 is the wireless state-of-the-art (according to Philips) mouse designed to be used with notebooks, with soft silicon cushions for a comfortable grip, featuring the twin-eye laser sensor that won the SENSOR Innovation Award for Philips in 2006 and a 1600 DPI resolution. This mouse has low power consumption and the battery lasts for over a year.
The SPM7711 is a desktop wireless laser mouse that also has the soft silicon padding and the twin-eye laser sensor for more precision and accuracy. The battery also lasts for more than a year.
The Philips SPM4701 wireless mouse uses an optic sensor and the battery lasts for more than 7 months. The Philips SPM4700 is a corded version of the SPM4701 and a 1000 DPI resolution.
All the mice models have a 4-way scroll wheel that will help you to play games and navigate in large documents.
The Philips SPT5701 is a mouse and keyboard duo, both of them wireless. The keyboard has drainage holes that make it more resistant to accidents involving liquids. The battery lasts for 7 months.
Find out more about these new peripherals at Philips.