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Microsoft launches new range of PC peripherals.

Worldwide Computer Products News-3 September 2002-Microsoft launches new range of PC peripherals (C)1995-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com

A new range of PC peripherals has been launched by Microsoft Corp that are expected to appear in retail stores later this month.

The range includes a wireless mouse and two wireless mouse/keyboard combinations as well as two traditional mice, and a multimedia keyboard.

The wireless optical mouse features an astral blue finish for the price of USD45 while the Wireless Optical Desktop and Wireless Optical Desktop Pro are priced at USD85 and USD105 respectively. Both wired mice - one for a desktop PC and one for a laptop - cost USD35 and the MultiMedia Keyboard is priced at USD35. Finally, the ergonomic Natural MultiMedia Keyboard starts at USD55.

Microsoft has also announced its intention to launch a range of Bluetooth mice and keyboards some time in November 2002.

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Title Annotation:Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop, Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop Pro, Microsoft MultiMedia Keyboard, Microsoft Natural MultiMedia Keyboard
Publication:Worldwide Computer Products News
Article Type:Product Announcement
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Sep 3, 2002
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