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Batteryless and wireless mouse (RFID Powered)
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 5/29/2005 02:00:00 PM.

Most optical mice get their power through USB or PS/2 connectors, or through AA batteries. As any wireless optical mouse user knows, batteries don't last too long in mice -- six months if you're a lightweight, three months if you spend a lot of time on your computer. Some mice are more power-efficient than others, and some come with integrated rechargeable batteries and a charger to stick the mouse into when not in use. But sooner or later the battery situation becomes an annoyance. Corded mice can be equally annoying due to the encumbrance of the mouse cord.

Solution - A mouse that is powered by RFID (and yes, it works with Linux). It's cordless and uses no batteries -- you just have to keep the mouse within 2 inches of the mousepad for it to work. This Battery-Free Wireless Optical Mouse is absolutely Interference-free from any wireless frequency. In addition to that, the RFID Mouse Pad is directly power activated & the mouse creates huge cost saving for its users. Most importantly, this technology avoids unnecessary pollution caused by batteries.

View A4 Tech NB-50 Wireless Optical Mouse

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