Gigabyte lays out new mice and keyboards for CeBIT debut

Posted on March 2, 2009. Filed under: Tech News | Tags: , , |

By Darren Murph


We already knew that Gigabyte was planning a few netbook launches here in Hannover, but now we’re receiving word that a number of new mice and keyboards should also be on display. First up is the GM-M8000 laser gaming mouse, which boasts a 4,000dpi sensor, a scaling-designated switching button, five other programmable buttons, an ergonomic design and a trio of profiles for storing different macro settings for different titles or users. Next up is the GM-M7800S wireless critter (pictured above), which tops out at 1,600dpi resolution but sports a leather coating along with Swarovski crystals. Closing things off are the multimedia-centric GK-K6800 and ultrathin GK-K7100 keyboards, both of which are blessed with copious amounts of hotkeys and an appropriately placed Shift button. Mum’s the word on price, but hopefully we’ll learn more once CeBIT opens its doors. Full release is after the break.

Source: engadget


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