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Out with USB dongles: HP Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse review

Having been TechSpot's primary PC peripherals reviewer for nearly three years, it's safe to say that I'm pretty well-versed when it comes to pointing devices. Most of the mice that have crawled across my desk have been higher-end models, both wired and wireless.

Two dozen mice later, today I'll be looking at something completely different than anything else I've used to date. HP's new Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse cuts the cord and eliminates the need for a USB dongle or Bluetooth radio. This small pointer connects to your notebook's wireless connection with a proclaimed 9-month battery life.

WiGig 1.1 specification published, testing to begin in Q4 2011

The Wireless Gigabit Alliance (WiGig), the organization pushing for the worldwide adoption of 60GHz wireless technology, has announced the publication of its certification-ready multi-gigabit wireless specification. The newly completed version 1.1 of the specification addresses enhancements identified by member companies…