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Anycom might have made a Bluetooth mouse believer out of me with their new BTM-100; I’m a non-mouse user thanks to the touchscreen, but I can be persuaded. ;) Anycom changed the radio chip in this model and according to the company that “extends the battery […]

BTM-100.jpgAnycom might have made a Bluetooth mouse believer out of me with their new BTM-100; I’m a non-mouse user thanks to the touchscreen, but I can be persuaded. ;) Anycom changed the radio chip in this model and according to the company that “extends the battery operated time from a day to two to three weeks.” Most of that time is standby because the single AAA battery provides 20 hours of actual mousing around, but up to 200 hours of napping.

The BTM-100 is only 28.5 x 48 x 100 mm and weighs a scant 48 grams without the battery, making it just right for a mobile office. The mouse fits in a USB cradle if you want to wired for a bit and will even recharge the battery at the same time. At an MSRP of $59.95, this mini mouse is worth a look if you’re looking for a new wireless pet.

(via Mobile Tech Review)

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