Well, I have seen a lot of mice in my time. Trackball mice, optical mice, mice with wacky design and so on. But 5mm thin mice
... not so much. Exactly, my gadgeteering amigos, 5mm thin (0.2 inches) is the actual size of the mouse. Developed by Newton Peripherals, the new MOGO Mouse for Netbooks makes those small mice that girls love so much look like giants.
“Netbooks are becoming increasingly popular, but they have no easy way to store, transport or charge a mouse. No other mouse manufacturer including Logitech, Microsoft or Belkin has yet to develop a fully integrated Netbook mouse like the MoGo Mouse for Netbooks,” said Stuart Nixdorff, President of Newton Peripherals.
The peripheral is available as part of a 99 USD netbook kit including the MoGo Bluetooth Adapter, a docking connector and charging cable as well; the mouse
holster adapter profile can be easily stored on the exterior of a Netbook or even inside the netbook case. Well, depending on the netbook, that is.
Stuart Nixdorff added that “We developed the Netbook MoGo mouse kit to fully integrate the MoGo Presenter mouse with any Netbook. Now users can always have a charged Bluetooth MoGo mouse with their Netbook wherever they are; and wireless retailers that are looking to sell Netbooks like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile have access to a suite of highly portable peripherals like MoGo Talk and MoGo Mouse for Netbooks.”
It works with XP and Vista laptops (though I am pretty sure desktops as well), OS X running Macs, is EDR compliant, features a resolution of 800 DPI and a working range of up to 10 meters (30 feet). It lasts for eight to ten hours on one charge and the time it takes to recharge is about 30 minutes.We are just a few, but there are many of you, Softpedia users, out there. That's why we thought it would be a good idea to create an email address for you to help us a little in finding gadgets we missed. Interesting links are bound to be posted with recognition going mainly to those who submit. The address is .