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Verbatim debuts adjustable-height Easy Riser mice

updated 10:00 am EDT, Tue September 15, 2009

Verbatim Easy Riser series kicks off

Verbatim today started up a new line of travel mice under the Easy Riser badge. Every model has a base that can adjust in height to fit into a more natural position when in use, but can collapse into a flatter shape either for unusual hands or for carrying. They all share an ambidextrous design and cross-platform support that works with Macs and Windows PCs.

Each mouse primarily varies by connection type. A basic USB Retractable version uses its namesake cord to link to a computer, but models also come with either Bluetooth (the Bluetooth Easy Riser) or an RF-based wireless version (Easy Riser Nano) that relies on a small USB adapter.

The trio ships in October and will start from just $20 for the wired variant where the Nano and Bluetooth editions will cost $35 and $40 respectively.



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