Microsoft unveiled three new wired mice on Wednesday.
All three devices will be priced under $30 and wired with a USB connection for those who hate dealing with batteries.
Microsoft Express Mouse
First up is Microsoft’s new stylish Express Mouse. The express is simple and stylish and comes in a range of colors to keep even the most fashionable people happy. Featuring a smooth top case and ambidextrous design, the mouse also includes BlueTrack technology that lets you use the mice on any surface. Microsoft has a range of color options available including Turf Green, Dahlia Pink, Ultramarine Blue and Coast Blue all set to launch in June. Flint Grey and Hibiscus Red will launch in April. All Express mice will be priced at $19.95.
Microsoft Comfort Mouse 3000/6000
Next up is Microsoft’s new Comfort mice. Microsoft is aiming the Comfort 3000 at mobile users and “for the righties”. The 3000 features BlueTrack technology too and comes wired so no battery worries. The Comfort Mouse 6000 also features BlueTrack technology and includes five customizable buttons. Both mice will go on sale in April with the 3000 priced at $19.95 and the 6000 at $29.95.