Microsoft Unveils Touch Mouse
Microsoft has finally confirmed the culmination of its 'Mouse 2.0' project, announcing that the prototype 'Cap Mouse' is to be released as the Microsoft Touch Mouse.
Microsoft has finally confirmed the release of its Mouse 2.0 project, also known as Touch Mouse. It is a combination of multi-touch surface and optical mouse, giving its users the best of both worlds. The Microsoft Touch Mouse is designed for Windows 7, bringing improved support of multi-touch devices to the platform. The reaction of the Touch Mouse depends on the number of fingers touching the surface.
The director or Windows Developer and Ecosystem team, Mark Relph, claims that the Microsoft Touch Mouse provides customers a great way to naturally interact with their Windows 7-based PC. The optical portion of the mouse uses the BlueTrack technology, enabling owners to use the mouse on any surface except on mirror or transparent glass. The Touch Mouse’s wireless connection, on the other hand, is made possible with the help of a nano transceiver.View Article Source »