Microsoft announces the revolutionary Touch Mouse for Windows 7

Microsoft today announced at the Consumer Electronics Show, the Touch Mouse. This new multi-touch mouse includes gestures for quick navigation on Windows 7, and supports scrolling, panning, paging forward and back, docking.

Microsoft Touch Mouse enhances Windows 7 and brings a new dimension to Windows 7. By quickly responding to single finger gestures, it speeds up everyday tasks that are already fast in Windows 7:

Scrolling, panning, paging forward and back, docking, minimizing/maximizing, showing desktop, and more.

The Touch Mouse also provides elegant touch functionality to non-touch Windows 7 PCs, so you can enjoy dynamic touch sensitivity at a fraction of the cost of a new PC

Featuring nine natural gestures, Microsoft Touch Mouse is the most fluid way to navigate Windows 7. It features nine finger gestures including the most common tasks that people do with Windows 7, like opening and moving between windows and task switching.

In addition, Touch Mouse, uses gestures that engage all the fingers and the thumb, and works exclusively with Windows 7. Touch Mouse also features BlueTrack technology, which lets people track on virtually any surface.

Features.

  • Enhances Windows navigation
  • Allows easy switching between tasks
  • Easy to learn and fun to use
  • Uses gestures to quickly scroll and pan, zoom, navigate, and manipulate content
  • Helps you get more done in less time

Touch Mouse is priced at $79.95 and will be available in May 2011.

Two years. Dozens of experiments. Hundreds of prototypes. The passion and focus of teams on two continents. These are just a few of the things that went into the creation of the innovative Microsoft Touch Mouse, an interactive tool that makes doing almost every task with Windows 7 easier.

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Anand Khanse is the Admin of TheWindowsClub.com and a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows for the period 2006-16. He enjoys following and reporting Microsoft news and developments in the world of Personal Computing & Social Media.