Saturday, November 30th 2013

Gigabyte Upgrades the M7580 Wireless Mouse

Gigabyte Technology is currently preparing to release an updated version of the M7580 wireless mouse. Dubbed simply M7580 V2, the new arrival swaps the 1000 DPI-capable optical sensor of its predecessor for one that will allow a sensitivity of up to 1600 DPI. Other than the sensor, things remain pretty much the same as the first version - an ambidextrous design, 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity, two buttons and a scroll wheel, a low-power indicator, a battery life of up to five months (two AAA batteries are used), and a bundled nano received (USB).

The M7580 V2 will come with a two-year warranty. No word on pricing but it should be similar to that of the initial version, around 10 Euro.
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