Microsoft Hardware is taking mobile computing to a new level with the Microsoft® Mobile Memory Mouse 8000, the industry’s first rechargeable notebook mouse with 1 GB of flash memory built right into the transceiver. Designed to prevent Universal Serial Bus (USB) port shortage, the single transceiver is a three-in-one supertool that lets users simultaneously work wirelessly, save important files with 1 GB of storage and recharge the mouse without deficiency in performance — all through one USB port.
Computing on the go has never been more productive, with the Mobile Memory Mouse 8000 freeing up USB ports and delivering all the tools consumers need to get the job done in one sleek, compact device. With the added convenience of 1 GB of storage in the mouse transceiver, users can easily store the information they need on the go — whether it’s their favorite photos, PowerPoint® presentations or even music files.
“With the continued rise in notebook sales, there is a huge demand for smart peripherals that help mobile users get their work done more efficiently, and the Mobile Memory Mouse 8000 combines three key tools into one stylish device,” said Matt Barlow, worldwide director of marketing and partner development at Microsoft Hardware. “Over the past 25 years Microsoft Hardware has consistently raised the bar of innovation, and adding a gigabyte of memory to the mouse transceiver is truly a computing milestone. We’ve packed more memory into the transceiver than an entire computer had 25 years ago.”
Memory in the Mouse
With 1 GB of flash memory in the Mobile Memory Mouse 8000, storing files on the road has never been easier. The Mobile Memory Mouse 8000’s transceiver has plenty of space to save and transport important files, whether it is a PowerPoint presentation for a meeting, Microsoft Word documents to send to the printer, or a video clip of the family to take on a business trip.1GB mouse, 1GB tranceiver, built in memory, Memory Mouse 800, Microsoft Mobile
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