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Ozmo Devices, in cooperation with Targus, introduces the first of its “Bluetooth-less” peripherals. First to roll out is a line of WiFi Laser mice with integrated OZMO2000 chips, considered as the industry’s first Wi-Fi Personal Area Network solution. The first mouse on the line is expected to be released within this September.

The Targus AMW58US WiFi Laser Mouse connects directly to the computer’s WiFi receiver and features a four-way scroll wheel, laser sensor, up to nine months of battery life (batteries included), and compatibility with Windows 7 task switching with the touch of a button.

There is no pre-order page available yet on Targus.com, but expect it to pop out sooner or later. The Targus Wi-Fi Laser mouse has a suggested retail price of $49.99.

Source: Engadget




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