Well-known mainboard manufacturer Gigabyte has just announced the world’s first dual mode touchpad mouse, on its official website.
The company’s novel pointing device is called Xenon and can act both as a touchpad and as a mouse. It comes with Aivia’s Painter software bundles and it uses Gigabyte’s Free-Scrolling Technology. Gigabyte’s Xenon is a wireless mouse with a large touch surface on the upper side. Pushing one of the side buttons will activate Xenon’s touchpad function. The radio signal is specified to work up to a distance of 10 meters and the mouse uses two AAA batteries to power it.
The resolution is a very decent 1000 dpi and report rate is 125 reports per second. Gigabyte’s Xenon dual mode touchpad mouse is covered by a two year warranty and it is compatible with all Microsoft operating systems beginning with Windows 98 and ending with Windows 7.
|Gigabyte Xenon Dual Mode Touchpad Wireless Mouse|
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