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Microsoft Announces the New Sculpt Mouse

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Microsoft announced they will release a pair of Sculpt mice that will include a Start button, and a Windows touch tab, a new touch sensitive blue strip located on the side of the mouse that provides navigation around Windows 8 by simply touching or swiping your finger. Swipe up and you can navigate your way through the open “Metro” apps. Swipe down and you access the Switcher interface. Microsoft’s new Sculpt Mobile Mouse is an all new, less complicated mouse. Read more here.



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