OreObject unveils SPHEREglow mouse

OreObject, a company specialized in making fancy PC mice, has introduced the SPHEREglow – a new stylish mouse that strongly resembles the already released OreObject SPHERE 2 mouse but differs due to a more affordable price.

The SPHEREglow mouse features a very stylish design and a body made of aircraft grade aluminum in order to provide outstanding ergonomics and flawless construction. The mouse also has a rotary-style scrolling wheel, a four-way navigational button and the ability to switch between three preset sensitivity options on the fly between 800/1200/1600 dpi.

OreObject SPHEREglow mouse

As to colors the SPHEREglow offers a choice between ruby, sapphire, graphite and obsidian. The mouse is available now for 95 USD.


Source: Techcinema.com

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