Ditch the Wires with Rapoo’s 6080 and 6610 Mice

Ditch the Wires with Rapoo’s 6080 and 6610 Mice
March 21 10:06 2014 Print This Article


Rapoo announced the availability of the Bluetooth Optical Mouse 6080 and Dual Mode Optical Mouse 6610 – the newest additions to its collection of wireless peripheral products.  Designed for an enhanced experience and smooth user control, the 6080 and 6610 are ideal for browsing the web, playing games, office applications, and more.

The Bluetooth Optical Mouse 6080, $19.99 (pictured above left), utilizes Bluetooth 3.0 technology to connect with a range of devices like most notebooks and Ultrabooks with up to 33-feet of working wireless range.  This means that it does not need a USB adapter to establish connection leaving the device’s USB ports open for other needs.

The 6080 boasts a comfortable grip, and smooth, responsive cursor control because of its optical sensor and 1000 DPI high-definition tracking engine.  With Rapoo’s latest energy saving technology and power switch, you can enjoy up to 6 months of uninterrupted use.  The Bluetooth Optical Mouse 6080 is available in black atwww.adorama.com and other fine retailers.

Combining wireless 2.4GHz and Bluetooth 3.0 technology, the Dual Mode Optical Mouse 6610, $24.99 (pictured above right), is an ideal travel-ready mobile accessory for users with multiple devices.  The two connection options means that you can use it with all Bluetooth-enabled devices (i.e. Ultrabooks, tablets and more), or most other devices by working on the 2.4GHz wireless frequency with USB Nano receiver.

The 6610 also has a 1000 DPI high-definition invisible tracking engine for ease-of-use.  Stylish and sleek, an aluminum alloy decorative strip encases the scroll wheel for an elegant look.  The Dual Mode Optical Mouse 6610 is available in black or gray at www.walmart.com among others.  Its battery lasts up to nine months.

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Jessica Yaniv
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