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Microsoft India launches new range of laser hardware products in India

16-November-2006
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Microsoft India launches new range of laser hardware products in India

Microsoft Entertainment & Devices Division India has unveiled its 2007 range of high-end input devices, including mouse, keyboards, lifecams and headsets. The new product portfolio is priced between Rs 2,010 and Rs 10,570 and will be available through Microsoft’s strong network of 9,100 resellers across 83 cities in India.

The new product range has been designed to provide a host of new features combined with innovative technology to enable PC users to derive maximum value and performance and enhance their overall computing experience.

The innovative product portfolio includes a ‘four-in-one’ mouse, Wireless Notebook Presenter Mouse 8000, ‘slip-resistant grip’ gaming mouse Microsoft Habu, ‘high quality still photography’ LifeCam NX-6000, ‘One-Touch Blogging’ of LifeCam VX-1000, ‘Two-color battery life’ of Wireless Laser Mouse 8000, Wired headsets and Wireless Laser Desktop 6000, among others.

Speaking at the launch of the 2007 range of Microsoft hardware products, Mohit Anand, Country Manager, Entertainment and Devices Division, Microsoft India, said, “With these launches we are entering into Integrated Communication Experience products like webcams and headsets giving our users richer communication experiences. Our new hardware line-up delivers exactly on this objective with some great features that have been conceptualised and designed to trigger the new wave of digital computing experiences for our customers in India.”

Taking a peep into the future, Anand said, “Laser technology will one day replace optical technology as optical technology is replacing wired technology. Till now, we have 20 products in the laser technology category.”

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