Microsoft is the tech giant in the world never fails to come up with new technology. We all are aware of it’s most popular Office 365 email which is being used by individuals and businesses.
Yet again, Microsoft introduced a new mouse during its autumn hardware presentation, along with a new array of Surface devices. The name itself reveals why it’s fascinating. The Microsoft Ocean Plastic Mouse is its name. The Ocean Plastic Mouse, according to the firm, is a modest step forward in its “greater sustainability journey.”
The shell is made up of 20% recycled ocean plastic, which is made up of trash collected from seas and waterways and processed into resin pellets. These pellets are mixed together with the other materials needed to construct the shell.
The mouse comes in wood and sugarcane-fiber packaging that is entirely recyclable and does not contain any plastic. You may also recycle your old mouse for free by sending it to Microsoft. The Ocean Plastic Mouse, according to Microsoft, is a tiny step forward in the company’s “greater sustainability journey.”
The mouse has three programmable buttons and can connect to Bluetooth 4.0 devices up to 33 feet away. On a single AA battery, Microsoft promises that the device may last up to 12 months. Swift Pair is also supported by the mouse, which makes it easier to pair it with your computer. The Ocean Plastic Mouse costs $25 and will be available on October 5th, the same day Microsoft releases Windows 11.
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