Microsoft will launch an upgraded IntelliMouse with improved tracking features
After revealing the Surface Precision Mouse and the Surface Book 2, Microsoft also announced that it will soon release the brand new Microsoft Classic Intellimouse.
The Surface Precision Mouse
After revealing the Surface Book 2, the company announced a new Surface Mouse. It’s true that a trackpad is a convenient way to navigate a desktop operating system, especially when you have a large trackpad such as the one the Surface Book comes equipped with. On the other hand, precise devices such as a pen and a mouse are often more attractive, especially for those users who prefer tactility. The Surface Mouse supports PCs running Windows 10 and older, macOS, and Android phones.
The new Microsoft Classic IntelliMouse
This brand new Classic IntelliMouse will be inspired by version 3.0 of the Microsoft Intellimouse. The company took this famous Intellimouse Explorer 3.0 and upgraded it, but didn’t modify the elements most adored by customers.
The Microsoft Classic IntelliMouse will provide users the opportunity to quickly complete most common tasks with its three customizable buttons. The mouse comes with an ergonomic design and it will turn out to be really comfortable after a few hours of using it. It’s wired, so you can plug it in the USB port to avoid waiting for Bluetooth to pair or searching for a dongle.
One of Classic IntelliMouse’s coolest features is the improvements Microsoft made in tracking. The IntelliMouse version 3.0 is already famous for its fantastic tracking feature, but this new model takes tracking to a whole different level, being even more precise using a DPI range of up to 3200.
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