Explorer Touch Mouse joins Microsoft's touch device lineup
Microsoft adds Explorer Touch Mouse to touch-based input device family.
Microsoft brought the first of its
Microsoft's interpretation of touch-based input devices has so far been more limited than
The Explorer Touch Mouse takes a similarly limited approach to touch, but Microsoft has expanded the touch-based scrolling to support both vertical and lateral tracking, making it more useful for navigating spreadsheets and other wide documents and images.
The wireless Explorer Touch Mouse also includes a few other programmable buttons, Microsoft'slaser sensor, as well as a purported 18 months of battery life, all for a relatively reasonable $49.95.