The accessories maker announced today the “imminent” release of its new M325 Wireless Mouse, which doesn’t need a laptop trackpad, thanks to its ‘Advanced Optical Tracking.’
It also boasts comfortable handling and a specially moulded contour shape.
The $59 mouse also features a precision scroll wheel and 1.5 year battery life.
However, forget traipsing the aisles of Harvey Norman for the device, as it will be available Australia Post, Big W, Bing Lee, Dick Smith, Myer, Officeworks, The Good Guys and WOW” only, a Logitech release confirmed today.
Yesterday, Smarthouse reported how Harvey Norman was dumping Logitech products in favour of other vendors due to a falling out over the latter’s decsion to sell direct. And now the proof is in the pudding.
And it looks like Gerry Harvey and Co. are not taking the online move lying down – Belkin CEO Ian Mclean has admitted that Harvey Norman had ordered additional “mouse” products from to replace a “current” in store range. So, it looks like mouse wars lie ahead.
|Last week, Logitech launched Webcam C170 for $29 which promises a “better overall experience with improved low light performance, sharper images, smoother video and richer colours.”