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Yes, you can add either a IR or a Bluetooth Mouse to any setup.

if your laptop has an internal Bluetooth adapter it should be an easy step to configure any bluetooth mouse to use that instead of the supplied external usb dongle

Posted on May 24, 2009

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Yes.

Most wireless mice come with a small wireless USB dongle that you plug into a USB port.

If your laptop supports bluetooth, you can get a bluetooth mouse, and you wont need to plug anything into your USB port.

Have a look at the logitech nano mouse.

Posted on May 24, 2009

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