Saturday, October 9, 2010

Genius Announces Wireless Mouse with Energy Saving Design

New mouse with BlueEye Tracking technology saves up to 40% battery power

MIAMI (October 8, 2010) – Genius (, a brand division of KYE Systems Corp., today announced a new addition to the company’s extensive line of mice, the Navigator 905 mouse with BlueEye Tracking, a powerful Blue optical engine with high laser precision that reduces power consumption. The new mouse includes 2.4GHz radio frequency for wireless freedom and convenience.

The Navigator 905 2.4GHz anti-interference RF technology gives the user up to 10 meters working range and 1200 dpi resolution for accurate cursor tracking and speed. The mini-sized mouse (85mm) holds one AAA battery and is comfortable to grip for either hand. The innovative BlueEye Tracking technology provides a powerful optical engine with high laser precision that works on almost every surface and helps save up to 40% battery power. The Navigator 905 also includes a Stick-N-Go mount that allows the user to attach the mouse to a notebook or laptop, creating an ultra portable mouse. Compatible with Windows 7, Vista, XP, Mac OS X 10.4 or later, the Navigator 905 mouse is attractively priced at MSRP USD $29.90.

* 2.4GHz radio for wireless freedom
* BlueEye
* Stick-N-Go mount
* 2-in-1 slot for Pico Receiver and Stick-N-Go mount.
* 85mm mini size

The new Navigator 905 mouse starts shipping in September 2010. Interested shoppers can go to New,,, Tiger Direct, or for more information on the entire line of Genius products and other retailers and distributors please visit:

Genius is an international leading company in computer peripherals. Genius was established in 1985, product portfolio includes computer mice, keyboards, web and security cameras, speakers, gaming peripherals, remote controls, headphones, digital cameras, digital camcorders and digital photo frames. It also holds the U.S. patent for mouse scroll-wheel technology. Genius expanded from computer peripherals into consumer electronic products that include mobile phone accessories, Bluetooth headsets, digital cameras, digital photo frames, iPod speakers and EeePC mice.

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