Expo: MacAlly rolls out quartet of new mice

Accessory and peripheral maker MacAlly has introduced four new mice aimed at Macintosh users—although, of course, the devices also work perfectly well with PCs.

MacAlly’s Turtle two-button mouse

The Accuglide is a low-profile USB mouse offering two buttons and a scroll wheel, along with 800-dpi resolution and optical sensor safeties for high-precision control. For notebook users, MacAlly is offering the Turtle, an 800 dpi, two-button device featuring a USB cable that neatly retracts inside the mouse.

For power pointers who can't get enough buttons, MacAlly is also offering two five-button devices: the Pebble and Pebble Wireless. The USB Pebble features a programmable four-way scroll button with tilt-wheel technology and selectable resolution from 400 to 1,600 dpi. The Pebble Wireless is much the same as the Pebble, but with a 2.4 GHz IR system eliminating the USB cable. The Pebble Wireless also features a swivel cover that can hide its IR receiver when not in use.

The Accuglide, Turtle, and Pebble are priced at $19.95, while the Pebble Wireless carries a $29.95 price tag. All four mice are available now.

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