HP Intros the First Wi-Fi Mouse for Your PC


This is actually a pretty wild concept. HP has figured out a way to use Wi-Fi for pair and operating a PC mouse wirelessly. What’s more, the technology allows the 5-button mouse to work from up to 30 feet away and last for 9 months (twice the life of a similar Bluetooth mouse). Sign me up! The only problem, however, is that HP Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse requires an app to be installed on your PC for it to detect and connect with the mouse — obviously poses an issue for Mac and Linux users, if a client isn’t available. Price: $49.99.

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2 Reactions to “HP Intros the First Wi-Fi Mouse for Your PC”


  1. Insert it into a wireless keyboard with the mouse and you’ll sell them like crazy to home theater owners. Integrate it like the Lenovo mini wireless keyboard and I’ll buy it.  

  2. Insert it into a wireless keyboard with the mouse and you’ll sell them like crazy to home theater owners. Integrate it like the Lenovo mini wireless keyboard and I’ll buy it.