Gigabyte launches AIRE M77 mouse

Gigabyte has prepared a new wireless mouse that combines a stylish design, rich functionality and a reasonable price.

The new mouse will be marketed under the AIRE M77 Must-Have Wireless Mouse brand name. Suitable for all conditions and applications the new Gigabyte AIRE M77 mouse features an ergonomic design and practical function setting that will help you do your work in the most enjoyable way possible.

Gigabyte AIRE M77 mouse

Designed specifically for right-hand users the shape of the AIRE M77 mouse can prevent your palm from feeling tired after long hours of use. There also are 4th and 5th keys that conveniently facilitate web surfing. A switch in the mouse also allows you to switch-on-the-fly between 800 DPI and 1600 DPI and the built-in low power indicator reminds you to change the batteries when they get exhausted.

Additionally, the Gigabyte AIRE M77 mouse is equipped with a precise optical tracking engine, which makes it very smooth to use. The fine quality of a 2.4 GHz receiver assures an operation range within 6-8 meters, making it ideal for both laptops and desktop computers.

Unfortunately, pricing is unknown.


Source: Meetgadget

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