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REDMOND, Wash. – April 22, 2013 – Life on the go is easy when you have the tools to work from virtually anywhere. The Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 series gives you just that – precision, portability and wireless freedom. But Microsoft knows you don’t want to sacrifice style when choosing wireless accessories. The latest Limited Edition Artist Series also offers a handful of customized designs that add beauty to your daily activities.
Featured artists Dana McClure, Deanne Cheuk, Kustaa Saksi, Matt Lyon, Joy Deangdeelert Cho and Si Scott designed these six stylish mice. Each design demonstrates the artist’s personality and artistic approach, which helps liven up any workspace.
Read on to learn more about the artists who designed the Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 Limited Edition Artist Series and how you can use it to help personalize your computing experiences.
These mouse designs are the latest in Microsoft’s ongoing artist series. Not only does the Limited Edition Artist Mouse Series allow you to express your personality, it’s also ideal for productivity. It features a battery life of up to eight months, and its 2.4GHz wireless technology and BlueTrack Technology let you work, browse and play from virtually anywhere. The snap-in Nano transceiver allows you to remain plugged into your computer at all times, and the ambidextrous design and rubber side grips keeps you comfortable while you’re working away.
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