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Asus claims having world's smallest wireless mouse

Showcased last month and believed to be a flash drive - wireless mouse combo, Asus' MS-71 is actually the "world’s smallest 2.4GHz wireless mouse." Mixing a pinch of Tiny Tim and Eee PC with a few spoons of 2.4 GHz wireless connection, the MS-71 comes to offer users an slick and slim peripheral that consumes little power and is easy to recharge.

Featuring two buttons and a scroll wheel and having a 800dpi resolution, the MS-71 consists of two parts, one being the actual mouse and one a USB 2.0 receiver/docking station. The overall weight of the 65.8 (L) x 25.1(W) x 17.5(H)mm-measuring MS-71 mouse is 23.7 grams so it will be easy to carry and maybe even easy to lose but that's the risk of having the "world’s smallest 2.4GHz wireless mouse."
Just like one month ago, Asus did not reveal the mouse's price tag of availability date.




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Well, I can see the ergonomics department didn't get a say in this mouse.

You sure this wasn't out yesterday as an april fools?
    
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Well, I can see the ergonomics department didn't get a say in this mouse.

You sure this wasn't out yesterday as an april fools?
Article date on the site says 02 April, so its true.

Imagine trying to game on that, would be VERY hard.
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Good to see things are getting more convenient and smaller, as technology should, but I just don't see this particularly being useful in any application.
    
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Would be good for portability laptops, EEE's I can see people buying it, it prolly wont be a exceptionally popular mouse, but it may have its uses, tho idk if I could use it (i got big hands )
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