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Kensington Si750m notebook mouse

Peripherals maker Kensington has launched a pink and silver wireless notebook mouse as part of its fundraising efforts on behalf of the Breast Cancer Campaign. The Kensington Si750m LE mouse costs £40 inc VAT - £4 of which will benefit the charity.

The palm-sized and suitably girly pink Kensington Si750m wireless mouse comes in a stylishly subtle shade of pink and is part of the Go Pink range of products for women. Kensington will donate 10 percent from every mouse sold to the Breast Cancer Campaign.

The mouse is bundled with a USB wireless receiver, which can be neatly packed away inside the body of mouse when not is use to conserve power. According to Kensington this extends the life of battery to up to six months.

The pink mouse should prove popular with female PC users up and down the country, whilst at the same time raising vital funds to help the charity continue researching the cure for breast cancer,” explained Louise Ajdukiewicz, corporate partnerships manager at Breast Cancer Campaign.

Attractively boxed with a pink ribbon, the mouse also comes with a travelling pouch and is available from www.pcworld.co.uk for £39.99 inc VAT.

Kensington Kensington Si750m wireless mouse for laptops

Kensington Kensington Si750m wireless mouse for laptops - a portion of the proceeds benefit the Breast Cancer Campaign

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