Wednesday, November 13th 2013

Buffalo to Release Adapter-Free Bluetooth Mouse

Buffalo has just announced a new, wireless peripheral, a mouse codenamed BSMBB16 which uses Bluetooth (3.0) technology to connect directly, without the need of an adapter, to PCs or tablets. No adapter means one less occupied USB port that can be used for hooking up other devices. In case your system doesn't have Bluetooth support, an adapter will be available for purchase.

Coming in three color versions - black, white and navy (blue), the BSMBB16 measures 106 x 40 x 76 mm, it has a 1000 dpi Blue Focus blue LED sensor, a rubber side grip, four buttons, a scroll wheel, and requires one AA battery for power. Buffalo is set to release the mouse later this month at 3,465 yen (~ 35 USD).
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tigger
I'm the only one
They may as well just release with an adapter, if you already have BT then you just chuck the adapter in the drawer.
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