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Sunday, 08 March 2009 23:37

Gigabyte shows off its Swarovski mouse

Written by Nedim Hadzic
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Cebit 2009: The GM-M7800S

 
Gigabyte
probably had one of the most diverse booths, as they’ve showcased motherboards, graphics cards, all-in-ones, netbooks and on top of it peripheral equipment. This time, we’ll show you Gigabyte’s latest mouse dubbed the GM-M7800S.

This mouse is actually the GM-M7800 but this time it’s clad in leather and decorated with several Swarovski crystals. The specs remain unchanged, and although pricing is not official we're expecting it at around $80.

We can’t say we’re too keen on the whole design, so unless your whole desk is dark cherry colored or also clad in leather chances that it’ll look good there are very slim. You can take a look and see for yourself.

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