Verbatim Design Mice announced


When one talks about Verbatim, most of the time we would have the idea of some kind of storage device in mind, considering how the company made their name with a collection of Teflon-coated floppy disks back in the halycon days of the 80×86 computers. Well, the company still does deal with all things storage even until now, but this does not mean that they have decided to remain with just such a business model, refusing to branch out to other kinds of businesses. Here we are with the latest bit of news concerning Verbatim, where I am referring to the Verbatim Design Mice that offers wireless connectivity in a stylish form factor, merging 2.4 GHz performance in a user-friendly shape and artistic design.

The Verbatim Design Mouse will play nice with both the Mac and PC platforms, where it is said to marry “technology and performance with joyful artistic design.” Sporting an ergonomic form factor which will conform to your hand, in addition to having a comfort-grip scroll wheel alongside a rubberized side grip for that added bit of precision control, the Design Mice series will be endowed with an elegant pattern which is highlighted via various color contrasts.

To “talk” to your computer, the Verbatim Design Mouse will rely on a 2.4 GHz wireless connection so that you will always be able to enjoy delayed-free cursor movement. The presence of a Nano USB receiver is there to prevent issues concerning bulk, and transporting and storage of the Nano USB receiver is easier than ever before since you can always stash that into the Design Mouse itself by clipping onto it. I would say that even if you want the Nano USB receiver to remain on your notebook’s USB port when you travel, that should not be a problem considering its miniscule size.

You can choose from five distinct colors – burnt orange, purple, red, blue and graphite, where the Verbatim Design Mice will retail for $19.99 a pop.

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