Thursday, October 17th 2013

Buffalo to Release New, Windows 8.1-Ready Wireless Mouse

By the end of this month Buffalo will be releasing a new peripheral, the BSMBW09 Series wireless mouse. This model measures 73 x 107 x 40 mm and features 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity, a Blue LED sensor with a maximum resolution of 1200 dpi, a scroll wheel and four buttons including two side buttons for quick access to the Windows 8.1 Start Screen and Charms Bar.

Buffalo's mouse can offer up to 134 hours of continuous use on a single battery and comes in six color versions - black, white, silver, blue, red and pink. The BSMBW09 is set to cost 3,465 yen (~ 35 USD).
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8 Comments on Buffalo to Release New, Windows 8.1-Ready Wireless Mouse

#1
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
I never knew USB mice needed to be 'windows certified' to work :roll::roll:
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#2
Dj-ElectriC
It's just another case of probably oldoutdated PR guy who thinks this kind of stuff will sell.
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#3
Supercrit
Just as effective as selling a pair of 3.5mm jack earphones calling it compatible with all mp3 players and ipods. Very useful for these people with their old Nokias at least.
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#4
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: Supercrit
Just as effective as selling a pair of 3.5mm jack earphones calling it compatible with all mp3 players and ipods. Very useful for these people with their old Nokias at least.
These days with smartphones compatibility is not guaranteed actually. It sucks in many ways.
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#6
Chevalr1c
The basics should after all it is highly standardised how mice work. The thumb buttons should work too if there are decent default settings.
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#7
Farmer Boe
Buffalo making mice? Anyone remember the old days of Buffalo Firestix? Good times :toast:
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#8
PopcornMachine
Windows 8.1 ready? How in the world did they manage that gargantuan technological feat!?!?

Seriously, are there really people in the world that would be swayed by such marketing BS?
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