Genius launches Micro Traveler 9000R and Slimstar 8000ME


Genius jump on to the wireless bandwagon, with a all new offering, the Micro Traveler 9000R – mini infrared mouse and the Slimstar 8000ME – ultra slim, multimedia wireless keyboard/mouse combo.

Micro Traveler 9000R

genius 9000R

This Micro Traveler 9000R super mini mouse from Genius is the world’s smallest rechargeable infrared mouse. Measuring just 68 mm, it will easily fits in the pocket and is perfect for the on-the-go user. The mouse sports 1200dpi with a super power efficient 240 mAh lithium polymer battery, which can lasts upto four weeks per charge. Sporting a Stick-N-Go mount design, the 9000R can be easily attached to a notebook and carried everywhere. A two-in-one slot acts as storage for the pico receiver and the Stick-N-Go mount. The Micro Traveler 9000R is available in 3 vibrant colors – Pink, Black and White and is priced at Rs 1350/-

Slimstar 8000ME

genius_slimstar8000EGenius Slimstar 8000ME wireless keyboard/mouse combo is a slimist combo by Genius. The 2.4 GHz make it easier to connect with your PC, Laptop, etc easily. SlimStar features an ultra slim keyboard design, with innovative keycaps for great tactile feedback. In addition, a spill resistant design protects the keyboard from accidental spills. The wireless mouse has 1000dpi optical tracking technology so you can navigate web pages or documents effortlessly, and the mouse is designed to provide great working efficiency and performance. The Slimstar 8000 ME is priced at Rs 1100/-

Commenting on the launch, Mr Gaurav Mathur, Country Head (India), Genius, said, ‘We are one of the leading players in the keyboard and mouse segment in India. With the launch of the Micro Traveler 9000R and Slimstar 8000ME, we have demonstrated our commitment to be among the top 3 players soon. Sleek and user friendly design, superior performance and an affordable price point, make Genius products an irresistible combination. We are positive that our customers and channel partners would love our new offering.’

Written by Shintu

Tech Blogger by passion & App Developer by Profession. Founder and Former editor-in-chief of GadgetnMore & Gadgetsware blog.

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