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    Apple Mighty Mouse goes wireless and laser

    Apple has finally unveiled a wireless version of its smooth-topped, five-button Mighty Mouse. There's a twist in the tail, even though this £49 mouse doesn't have one.

    In contrast to the current wired Mighty Mouse - and most other optical meece - Apple's Bluetooth 2.0 newcomer uses a laser rather than an LED to control tracking.

    Light-sabre battles between desks in Mac-equipped offices are likely to start hotting up now - the original Mighty Mouse was quite a blinding weapon!


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    Tempting to get one for my dad :S. Very nice mouse
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