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Gigabyte Introduces Urban Chic M7800E Wireless Laser Mouse

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  1. btarunr

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    GIGABYTE, a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, welcomes a new member to its line of wireless mice, M7800E Wireless Laser Mouse. Designed for men of urban chic style, M7800E is coated with a “matte black” layer.

    The ultra sized receiver is 40% smaller than regular receivers, and it highly increases the portability of the mouse. With 800/ 1600 dpi switch, high-precision laser sensor, battery life of 6 months, and software for customizable buttons, the refined M7800E is your best partner at work.

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    Product Features
    • “Matt black” coating
    • Ultra nano receiver
    • Battery life up to 6 months
    • 800/1600 DPI switch
     
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    1Kurgan1 The Knife in your Back

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    Looks like a Logitech mouse, am I the only one wondering what the heck Urban Chic is? Or why you would buy a mouse to match your clothes (I assume)
     
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    I guess "Tubby Little Mouse" was already taken....
     
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    No side buttons? FAIL
     
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    wolf Performance Enthusiast

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    I've had good experiences with Gigabyte mice, quite cheap for how good they are compared to generic mice you find around the place. hope this ones does them justice.
     
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    sexist much?
     
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    What is urban chic anyway? Disease?
     

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