Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 4000

November 26, 2007

One thing that does not impress me about the Eee is the small navigation pad and overely stiff trackpad button. I use a Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 4000 and it has proved to be one of the best investments I have made in a log time. Battery life is huge, the USB attachment sits in the mouse when not in use and it has worked perfectly on very device I have owned.

Plug in the compact receiver when you’re ready to work, then snap it into your mouse when you travel, saving hassle and battery life. Easily enlarge and edit details with the new Magnifier and scroll four ways with the innovative 4-Way Scrolling.

Magnifier
-Point and click to enlarge and edit details using the Magnifier.

4-Way Scrolling
-Scroll four ways for greater efficiency and comfort with Tilt Wheel Technology.

Longer Battery Life (6+ months)
-Work with less interruption with longer battery life.

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Asus Denies Rumors of 10-Inch Eee PC

November 26, 2007

Not new news but if you didn’t know- Although the Asus Eee PC is reportedly selling well, some people are holding off buying one because they are waiting for a version with a larger screen. According to Asus, the wait is going to be very long.

All the versions of this low-cost mini laptop that are currently available have a 7-inch screen, but there have been reports that one with a 10-inch display will be on the market in the next few months.

In an attempt to confirm this, Brighthand’s sister site NotebookReview.com spoke with an Asus spokesperson, who said:

I have just spoken to our product manager for the Eee PC and he said so far there has been no plan to introduce the Eee PC with another screen size for the North American market. I don’t think other regions will have them either.
The spokesperson went on to say that sales of the version of this device with a 7-inch screen are so strong that a significant hardware upgrade is unlikely in the near future.
 
The rumors almost certainly stem for a prototype Eee PC with a 10-inch display that Asus showed off last spring. However, the company currently has no plans to put this model on the market.

Source: Brighthand. Thanks to Luca for the news.