Engadget notes that Amazingly, the mouse arches its back for comfortable mousing before packing flat for easy transport. The mouse features touch-scrolling, a battery indicator, the ability to track on most any surface, and a 2.4GHz nano transceiver that no doubt plugs into your laptop's USB port. Yours soon for 69.99 ($69.95 rumored)... right, 0.99 more than Apple's Magic Mouse or Magic Trackpad sells for in Germany.
The mouse is listed as shipping in 5 to 10 business days. It still hasn't been confirmed by Microsoft; however, its likely their announcement will come very soon.
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