Philips Presents New Line of Wireless Mice and Keyboard

by Nick

Philips SPM7711
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.

Via Xataka.

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