Mouse made of titanium blends durability with style

There are virtually thousands of mice on the market out there but if you are still not satisfied you can try something new and unique – a computer mouse made out of titanium courtesy of a company named Intelligent Design.

The mouse comes with a titanium chassis and some manual crafting. Titanium is a noble chemical element and a rare metal that is known for extreme durability and sturdiness. Not surprisingly it costs quite a bit and is only found in expensive products.

The mouse also features a neodymium magnet on the scroll wheel and a simple but very stylish design.

Interested? Then prepare to spend no less than 520 USD on the titanium mouse – the mix of durability, style and rare metals apparently isn’t cheap.


Source: New Launches

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