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Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Xiaomi presents a new ultra-cheap wireless mouse.

Xiaomi, which recently confirmed the official arrival of MIUI 12 and knowing that the POCO F2 is a reality, is working on its new products.

Xiaomi presents a new ultra-cheap wireless mouse.
Xiaomi presents a new ultra-cheap wireless mouse.


The Asian manufacturer is also known for bringing products away from the world of smartphones, such as a bicycle, and this time he has presented his new ultra-cheap wireless mouse.

The company has unveiled, through the Xiaomi India Twitter account, the new Xiaomi Mi Portable Wireless Mouse, an ultra-cheap 1,200DPI wireless mouse, with an ergonomic design and lightweight, and that stands out for offering an autonomy of 12 months.

A device is only available in India. That has revealed all its features and details, in addition to its design.

For example, the new Xiaomi mouse is built-in high strength ABS plastic and has dimensions of 102x58x34 millimeters and only 56 grams in weight. Features that make the Xiaomi Mi Portable Wireless Mouse one of the most compact wireless mice on the market, so it can be taken anywhere without being an annoying or heavy load.

A wireless mouse that costs 6 euros and offers 12 months of autonomy.

Available in both white and black.

The mouse has a total of five buttons. The right and left classics,
to which another three are added on its rotating wheel. And which are operated both by pressing on them and tilting the wheel to right or left.

The new mouse has a resolution at 125Hz and a range of up to 12 months.

Among other details, it uses the 2.4GHz frequency through a small USB receiver for connection and works with AAA batteries. The new Xiaomi wireless mouse is only available in India and is priced at 499 rupees, which in exchange is approximately 6 euros.

At the moment, it is time to wait to know if this new product of the firm will cross the border of the Asian country and reach other markets.

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