Thursday, November 11th 2010

Gigabyte Announces Classy Black GM-M7800S Wireless Mouse

GIGABYTE, a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, is pleased to announce arrival of the black GM-M7800S Elegant Vogue Wireless Mouse. First announced in June 2009, the black’s predecessor GM-M7800S Brown has surprised the world with its elegant and luxurious design. Made with CRYSTALLIZED - Swarovski elements and exquisite black leather, the long-awaited GM-M7800S Black is ready to tickle your fashion sense again. For those addicted to luxury, this is where fashion meets function as GM-M7800S is not only decorated in sparkling crystals and quality leather with an appealing brushed metal look, but also equipped with advanced laser tracking, on-the-fly 1600 & 800 adjustable resolution, 4-way scrolling wheel and ultra portable nano receiver. Its reliable 2.4GHz wireless technology provides up to 10 meters transmission range. GM-M7800S Black is your perfect solution for fashion on the go.

Product Features
  • Made with CRYSTALLIZED - Swarovski Elements
  • Made of exquisite leather
  • Ultra-precise laser engine
  • Reliable 2.4GHz wireless connection
  • Portable nano transceiver
  • 800/1600 DPI switch
  • 4-way scrolling
  • Browser back & forward button
For more information, visit the product page.
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11 Comments on Gigabyte Announces Classy Black GM-M7800S Wireless Mouse

That is one bling mouse, swarovski & leather, jeez!
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Leather! I like this very much. Don't expect I'll like the price though.
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The Gigabyte wireless is just... terrible.
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Well good...We need more classy looking mice. A shame about the price though.
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where is the price? I must have missed it
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I have that one, very usefull!!!
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I hate wireless. Looks pretty though. :cool:
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The Knife in your Back
Too bad they didn't work on making it more comfortable. Would be nice to see more thumb cradle and possibly pinky cradle.
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Crystals? On a computer mouse? Please, how lame! Who is it supposed to target anyway?
(don't answer the last question!)
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I agree that the mouses are not really made for gamers...
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