HP Now Selling X7000 Wi-Fi Touch Mouse

Posted by at 3:24 pm on November 16, 2011

HP has pulled the covers off its latest computer peripheral with the X7000 Wi-Fi Touch Mouse. As with its ancestor, it doesn’t require USB or Bluetooth to connect, instead relying on a computer’s built-in wireless networking. The touch strip only lets users scroll up and down on web pages, however.

HP says the X7000 battery will last nine months and that the need for a strong Wi-Fi signal lets it work at up to 30 feet away. The mouse also has six programmable buttons, one of which by default acts as a shortcut to Facebook.

The mouse is only compatible with Windows 7 computers and can now be had for $60.

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