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TAMPA, FLA. — Manhattan took the wraps off its newest wireless mouse: the Contour.
Designed for mobile users, the Counter has a six-button design, including a top-mount push-button to switch DPI from 1,000 to 2,000. It uses 2.4GHz technology and features the company’s RightTrack technology for use on most surfaces.
Suggested retail is $29.99.
Manhattan also announced that it has begun shipping the Flyte Bluetooth wireless headset, which has a design meant to invoke 1960s and 1970s science fiction, the company said.
Features include 40mm drivers, leather ear cushions, on-ear controls, rechargeable lithium-alloy battery, and a “humanized status alert system” that notifies about Bluetooth pairing and battery status.
Suggested retail is $109. A carry pouch and charging cable are included.
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