Microsoft’s Answer to the Magic Mouse

Posted by at 11:01 am on August 5, 2010

Microsoft’s mystery touch device is actually a competitor to Apple’s Magic Mouse. A store listing points to the Arc Touch Mouse touch surface. It was originally the result of a research project called  Mouse 2.0,  that looked into  an  multi-touch mouse whose details were published just before Apple shipped the Magic Mouse.

The controller was originally designed to provide multi-touch to Windows 7 computers that don’t already have a touchscreen. It should cost about $70 and should arrive in stores by September.

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