Wednesday, May 9th 2012

Green House Announces New, Long-Life Wireless Mouse

Japanese company Green House has today unveiled the GH-MUWAS, a compact wireless mouse promises a battery life of up to 200 days thanks to the use of an infrared LED. Seen below, the mouse measures 96.5 x 64 x 37.5 mm, it weights 49 grams without a battery (one AA battery powers it up), and features 2.4 GHz wireless technology, an optical sensor topping 2000 dpi, side grips, and a tiny USB receiver which can be stored in an underside compartment.

The GH-MUWAS is backed by a 6-month warranty and is set to become available next week priced at about $18.6.
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t_ski
Former Staff
That's funny that the battery charge will last longer than the warranty...
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