What's New: Logitech and Sony wireless mice

Although the concept of a wireless mouse is nothing new, there are a few new models out that we're excited about. So, if you're thinking about upgrading from that old USB mouse that keeps getting tangled with your other USB cords, then check out these new Bluetooth mice.

Although the concept of a wireless mouse is nothing new, there are a few new models out that we're excited about. So, if you're thinking about upgrading from that old USB mouse that keeps getting tangled with your other USB cords, then check out these new Bluetooth mice.

Logitech M555b

Logitech announced its new wireless mouse today. The M555b has a frictionless scroll wheel, a smooth laser tracking system, and a low battery indicator. It weights 116 grams with two AA batteries inside. It also has programmable buttons, which allows you to easily access your favorite functions.

The M555b has a list price of $59.99 and will be available later this month. Visit the Logitech Web site for more details.

Logitech V220 notebook mice

Logitech recently released a new line of its V220 mice, and this time, they're more colorful. They still offer the same RF-based USB wireless dongle as the gray version, but now the three-button peripheral is offered in eight bright colors.

The mice are now available for $29.99. Check out all the patterns at Logitech.

Sony VGP-BMS10

Although it's not due to be out in the U.S. until August, Sony's new aluminum Bluetooth VGP-BMS10 is now available in Japan. It has an 800dpi sensor, and 30-foot range. The mouse is only compatible with PCs though, which is unfortunate for Mac owners, but seems fitting, seeing as it has "Vaio" engraved into the aluminum body. The mouse has a sliding cover which turns the mouse on and off, as well as protects the buttons and jog wheel.

The U.S. pricing has not been released yet.