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Dell Debuts Lay-Flat Twistable Mouse for Those on the Go

Dell MS700 twistable mouse

If you haven’t updated your mouse in a few years or are always on the go with today’s hybrid work environment, the new Dell MS700 twistable mouse might be just what you need. It supports multi-device Bluetooth 5.0 pairing and will twist to nearly flat, making it great for travel.

The Dell MS700 twistable mouse is slim and lightweight, being only 57 grams, has a smooth trackpad for scrolling, an optical LED with adjustable 4,000 DPI sensitivity, and it’ll last for two years on a single charge. Basically, it’s thin enough to fit in the smallest of travel bags, and the long-lasting battery ensures it’s ready to go when needed.

It looks somewhat similar to Microsoft’s Arc Mouse, which is also great for travel. That said, not very many twistable mice offer this type of battery life, and Dell says it’s the first twisty mouse with multi-device BT pairing.

As you can see, once you twist the rear portion of the mouse, the ergonomic curved shape mostly disappears. And while it’s not entirely flat, it won’t take up all that much space in a briefcase or backpack either.

On the bottom, users will find Dell’s BT easy-pair function, where you can easily pair up to three devices to the mouse. Then, switching is as easy as tapping the button to swap between connected devices. It’ll be easy to use on a laptop, and one tap has you working on a desktop.

The new Dell MS700 Twistable lay-flat mouse is available starting October 12th for $64.99 on Dell’s website.

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