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Tip ! The new Microsoft Mouse


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#1 Guest_RadioNorthsea_*

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Posted 27 February 2011 - 07:26 PM

Microsoft develop a Computer mouse that is special for Windows7.

The mouse from Microsoft seems too work as a standard mouse.
The mouse has invisible buttons which exactly working, if you hold your fingers on the buttons, as a standard mouse.
The manor how works the mouse is how hold you your fingers on the mouse.
When you touch the invisible button with one finger, than scroll you through documents and websites.
When you touch the button with your thumb, than can you scroll forwards as backwards through websites and or a photo gallery.
With 2 fingers on the button get you larger screens.
You can make the screens smaller or minimize.
With 3 fingers navigate you on the desktop, you can bring the desktop to you.
The Computer mouse from Microsoft has a lot of functions, it is to much for calling this all.
The Computer mouse works under other with blue track technology.
The meaning from Microsoft is that the mouse come on the market in June 2011 .

Source Code: Microsoft and mr. de Treek
www.microsoft.com/hardware/touch-mouse

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Posted 27 February 2011 - 08:19 PM






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