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Friday, 01 June 2007 07:21

Logitech has new MicroGear mouse

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Introducing the MX620


Logitech has released a new mouse with its MicroGear scroll wheel, the MX620. This time it's a much more traditional mouse design and its only got a single scroll wheel.

The advantage of this is that the MX620 is quite affordable at €54.99/£34.99, we don't have US pricing as yet, since the mouse has not launched in the US as yet, as Logitech is a Swiss based company and tend to launch many of its products in Europe first.

Besides the MicroGear scroll wheel - if you haven't tried using it, we suggest you go and have a play, it's really something - the MX620 is cordless and use an MX laser sensor.

It also has a built in battery indicator, so you won't get any nasty surprises and Logitech claims that the MX620 has up to a years battery life, which sounds quite amazing.

You can find out more about the MX620 by visiting your local European Logitech website here. You might also notice that Logitech has redesigned its website, which makes it a lot easier to find what you're looking for.

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