Logitech launches a mouse targeted for Android tablets.
Market trend has changed a lot over the past year and tablets have become the new trend for consumers instead of netbooks. Logitech seems to be adopting to this trend and realized that it was about time they started releasing peripherals for tablets. Although tablets are meant for touch based interface but a keyboard and mouse feel much faster and accurate for those looking to use it for productivity rather than just entertainment. Although some bluetooth keyboards have already been there for tablets, but Logitech Tablet Mouse will be first mouse designed for tablets.
The Bluetooth laser mouse has been made for Android 3.1 and higher tablets. Android 3.1 Honeycomb update expanded the support for Bluetooth and USB peripherals and accessories, and thus this device will not work with older version of Android tablets.
The Tablet Mouse works on nearly any surface and operates at a maximum range of 30 feet. The mouse works as expected on a non-touch screen interface by adding a mouse pointer as well as ability to scroll using scroll wheel. It includes two AA batteries and comes bundled with a travel pouch for protection. The mouse is now available for $50 (180 AED) from Logitech.com.