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Logitech unveils cordless, optical mouse

Logitech introduced on Wednesday the Cordless MouseMan Optical, a mouse with no ball and no cables. The product is scheduled to ship in early April and will sell for $69.95. Switzerland-based Logitech worked with Agilent Technologies to create a proprietary optical chip that features a three-month battery life and 800dpi resolution--twice the resolution of current optical sensors--for greater accuracy on any surface. In order to sustain its battery life by conserving energy, the mouse has four modes of power consumption.

Logitech introduced on Wednesday the Cordless MouseMan Optical, a mouse with no ball and no cables. The product is scheduled to ship in early April and will sell for $69.95.

Switzerland-based Logitech worked with Agilent Technologies to create a proprietary optical chip that features a three-month battery life and 800dpi resolution--twice the resolution of current optical sensors--for greater accuracy on any surface. In order to sustain its battery life by conserving energy, the mouse has four modes of power consumption.