mogo mouse

The MoGo Presenter Mouse is a combination Bluetooth mouse and wireless presenter for PCs. The company has been selling these low-profile wireless devices for a few years, but now the company is putting out a version designed specifically for netbooks.

It’s just 5mm or about 0.2 inches thick, and includes a holster that can be affixed to your netbook for easy (if a bit unsightly) storage. The mouse comes with this own Bluetooth adapter and charging cable. Of course, if your netbook already has integrated Bluetooth, you probably don’t want to spend the extra money on a mouse that comes with an adapter. But good luck finding another mouse this thin, let alone one with buttons for controlling media and presentations.

via Eee

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6 replies on “MoGo Presenter Mouse for netbooks is just 5mm thick, costs $99”

  1. A bit pricey, but I guess they are targeting the corporate market. Not sure that market is still willing to pay that much more than the average consumer any more (with this economy). There should be a model for netbooks that have bluetooth already built in.

  2. OMG! Whats up with that price tag? Who would buy this contraption that makes your netbook ugly and that costs about a 1/3 of your netbook? Normal presenters that ar also pretty small only costs 10-15 bucks compared to $99. Plus if you have a 99 bucks to spend, you might as well get a better laptop.

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