Compact and sleek, the Microsoft Mobile Memory Mouse 8000 is ideal for when you’re on-the-go. The rechargeable mouse has 1GB of flash memory built into the receiver, so you can store and transfer files without carrying a separate flash drive and using up a USB port. Also, the five-button mouse comes with a battery life indicator to make sure you don’t get caught out.
On sale for $149.95, this little fella works even in crowded wireless environments.
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The cost of losing female employees, to Australian companies, is about one and a half times the salary they’re paid, according to Maureen Frank, managing director of Emberin.
If you’re looking to decrease this cost without discriminating, the My Mentor program may be what you’re after. The DVD, CD and workbook mentoring set is designed to coach women to help them take control of their careers, and includes interviews with some of Australia’s leading corporate business women, as well as challenging scenarios and how to deal with them.
My Mentor costs $395.00 and can be purchased from the Emberin website.
While stylish, the Motopure H12 Universal Bluetooth Headset has also been designed based on Motorola’s ergonomic measurement study of the human ear. Their claim? It’s the comfy headset you’ve been looking for.
The Motopure has three ear cushion options, together with an external speaker that only measures eight millimetres and a flexible, lightweight ear hook holds it securely, so it’s not flapping about.
Also, the noise cancellation technology separates your voice from background noise, so you can have a clear conversation, even when you’re out and about.
The Motopure H12 is available for $159.95.