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Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse Launched In India

New Delhi, April 14, 2011 The awesomely design and ultra portable arch touch mouse has been launched in india. The Arc touch mouse has no equal in aesthetic feel or performance. The first mouse designed to flatten for portability and pop up for comfort, it’s the perfect accessory for your lifestyle.
Under the innately beautiful and mesmerizing design of the Arc Touch, is an extremely powerful device. It’s also very durable, tested to ensure years of performance. The new mouse features Microsoft’s first touch scroll strip for easy navigation — just move a finger slowly for controlled scrolling or flick for hyper fast scrolling. Finally, at less than 15 millimeters thick at its widest point, the Arc Touch mouse makes working on the go just so much easier.
At the launch of the Arc Touch mouse, Mr. Satish Parreddi, Senior Category Manager, Microsoft Hardware, said “As the computing landscape evolves to offer new ways of interacting, such as touch screens and touch pads, the mouse is also evolving but holds true to its core purpose: providing comfort and precision to users when navigating the PC. Although the computer mouse has become more accurate over the years, there has been little change in the style of this common computer component. The inspiration for the Arc Touch came from wanting to better understand the refined and modern lifestyle of customers.
The Arc Touch Mouse is equipped with BlueTrack Technology, letting consumers track on virtually any surface, and a tiny magnetic snap-in Nano transceiver stores conveniently on the bottom of the mouse. The mouse is also the perfect complement for Windows users. It can be easily configured to launch Windows 3D Flip that enables a quick preview of all open windows like open files, folders, and documents without having to click the taskbar.
As the per the great design and ease of use of Arc Touch Mouse. It is the perfect blend of style and science and is for people looking to make a statement with their technology.

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