Monday, February 27th 2012

Buffalo Announces New Wireless Mice, Keyboards, and Simpring Wireless Receiver

Buffalo announced a large selection of wireless mice and keyboards, compatible with its new "Simpring" (or so it's called) wireless receiver, which can connect up to five wireless peripherals at the same time, needing a single USB port. The receiver is similar to Logitech's Unifying receiver.

Wireless mice launched includes the SRMB01 series of right-hand oriented 5-button mice available in six color options, priced at 4,200 JPY (US $52); the SRMB02 series ambidextrous 3-button mouse with a matte surface, priced 3,465 JPY (US $42.75), and available in similar color options; and the SRMB03 series of ambidextrous-looking 5-button mouse (back/forward buttons located on its left-side, making it right-oriented in the true sense), priced 4,200 JPY (US $52).

Keyboards launched include the SRKB01BK full-length 108-key membrane keyboard, priced at 7,035 JPY ($86.7), available in black and white; and SRKB02WH compact keyboard with an 86-key layout, also available in black and white, priced at 9,765 JPY ($120). The new products will release to market in the period between late-February and late-March.

Source: Hermitage Akihabara
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