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    News - Microsoft adds new mice to BlueTrack range

    More notebook and desktop solutions that vow to work on "virutally any surface".
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    Re: News - Microsoft adds new mice to BlueTrack range

    Actually just found it on Amazon for pre-order for £49.99 for the bundle. I would post the link but i have less than 5 posts so not allowed yet.

    EDIT Also just found it on Play for £32.99 as a pre-order.
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    Re: News - Microsoft adds new mice to BlueTrack range

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Microsoft-Wi...dp/B00284AM90/

    Considering the $70 RRP, that works out at £51.95 at the current exchange rate inc VAT.

    So a pretty darn good price.

    It's also the first keyboard and mouse set I've actually seen and thought about replacing my trusty Logitech EX110 with.

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    Re: News - Microsoft adds new mice to BlueTrack range

    looks good

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    Re: News - Microsoft adds new mice to BlueTrack range

    Assuming all the buttons work nicely with Mac OSX this could be time to finally replace my VX 220... not that i need to this thing is fantastic but some back and forward navigation buttons would be nice

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    Re: News - Microsoft adds new mice to BlueTrack range

    Quote Originally Posted by Biscuit View Post
    Assuming all the buttons work nicely with Mac OSX this could be time to finally replace my VX 220... not that i need to this thing is fantastic but some back and forward navigation buttons would be nice
    try 'USB Overdrive X'

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    Re: News - Microsoft adds new mice to BlueTrack range

    hmmm i wonder if that will work with my spare MX518

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    Re: News - Microsoft adds new mice to BlueTrack range

    Both look great, minimalist beauty.

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