We caught wind of the Arc Touch Mouse last month when a product listing appeared online. It's believed to be the upshot of a project called Mouse 2.0, which at least partially focused on the development of a touch-enabled mouse. The source cited by Neowin claims that the new device will launch in September, and it's rumored to cost around $70 -- the same as Apple's Magic Mouse -- except it might not support multitouch input.
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