The World’s First Wi-Fi Mouse

Bluetooth and RF had quite a good run, but perhaps the future lies in Wi-Fi.

HP has publicly announced the world’s first Wi-Fi enabled mouse. It reportedly has all the ease and benefits found in alternate connectivity options but without any of the unwanted interference from other devices.

To sweeten the deal, HP claims that the internal battery will last up to nine months, which is quite a staggering comparison to the battery power of Bluetooth devices.

The Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse is operated by a four-way tilt scroll wheel and is also equipped with five buttons that are fully customizable for your own personal shortcuts. Users can also supposedly work as far away as 30 feet from the computer when using this mouse.


Source: Gizmodo