Runtime is estimated at up to 10 and 8 months respectively, and each has a proper power switch to both save battery life and prevent the mouse from waking its host computer. Lastly, the Wireless Desktop 3000 combines the regular Wireless Keyboard 3000 with the just-launched Wireless Mouse 5000 to give users a BlueTrack mouse and an RF keyboard without the need for separate USB adapters.
All three products should begin shipping next month, priced at $50 for the Wireless Mouse 6000, $40 for its desktop counterpart, and $70 for the Wireless Desktop 3000 combo.
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