New Delhi, Sept. 8
MICROSOFT Home and Entertainment Division today unveiled its 2006 range of hardware input devices including mouses and keyboards.
"Our new 2006 product range launched today is synchronised to suit the changing usage patterns as well as lifestyle trends of our customers," Mr Mohit Anand, Manager, Home and Entertainment Division, Microsoft India, said at a conference here.
As part of its `performance range', the company has launched six high definition products five new mouses and one high definition laser desktop, which includes a keyboard and a mouse. In the `comfort range' the company has launched three new products including a `Comfort Curve' keyboard and an optical mouse.
Microsoft Hardware has also developed a three-in-one control centre for a Windows XP-based Media Center PC with remote, keyboard and mouse capabilities in one device.