Micro Innovations Cuts The Cords On Keyboard, Mouse

By Staff On Apr 4 2005 - 6:00am




The HP wireless keyboard and mouse, model P2360AA#ABA from Micro Innovations, offers consumers a greater range of motion by eliminating the need for “bothersome” cords associated with traditional mice and keyboards, according to the company.

The keyboard offers quite soft-touch keys, adjustable typing angles and one-touch Office commands, paired with a fast and accurate optical mouse.

Designed to increase productivity and usability, the wireless combination includes all the necessary features a productive desktop user would need — and at the push of a button. The bundle also includes a wireless multimedia keyboard, a wireless optical scroll mouse and a small form factor RV receiver.

The HP wireless keyboard and mouse is compatible “out of the box” with PCs running Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP Professional and XP Home.

Suggested retail is $59.99, and the products will be available in April.

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