Wednesday, March 21st 2007

Kensington Becomes Charitable

Kensington, a company best known for producing fairly simple computer accessories such as mice and keyboards, has revealed that it plans to support he charity Breast Cancer Campaign with its new Si750 mouse. For each sale of its new optical mouse, which sports a pink design and is aimed at notebook users, Kensington will give 10% of the money it makes (it’s unclear whether it is 10% of the consumer cost or 10% of the profit it makes) to the charity. The special edition mouse will go on sale next month for £40 at stores including PC World and Currys.

Source: Reg Hardware
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Bird of Prey
Ive used some of their mice and keyboards before. Very nice and responsive...too bad they were just basic :)
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