Logitech launches new mouse, WD debuts new Mac hard drives

By Patrick Avenell

Logitech has today announced the mid-July arrival of its M235 Wireless Mouse. Powered by Logitech’s Advanced Optical Tracking, this mouse provides both clicking and pointing, according to the release.

“We’ve learned a lot about people’s preferences while building more than a billion mice, and the Logitech Wireless Mouse M235 benefits from this expertise,” said Logitech Australia director George Saad.  “Features such as the plug-and-forget nano-receiver and advanced 2.4GHz wireless, along with the mouse’s sleek, contoured design, make the M235 a great, reliable choice.” 

The M235 is RRP $39.

The new M235 from Logitech.

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Western Digital (WD) has released a new range of My Book Studio external hard drives. These drives are designed specifically for Mac users, with a brushed aluminium casing suited to that those that value Apple’s signature style.

“WD has updated the design of its My Book Studio drive while providing natural cooling features delivered by the new aluminium enclosure,” said WD executive VP and GM of branded products, Jim Welsh. “The drive will maintain all the features that are important to the creative community, including high speed FireWire 800 and adding large capacities up to 3TB.”

There are three models in the new range: 1TB (WDBC3G0010HAL, RRP $179), 2TB (WDBC3G0020HAL, RRP $229) and 3TB (WDBC3G0030HAL, RRP $299).

The new WD My Book Studio drive.

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