Satechi Cybermouse boasts bulletproof aluminum, solar charging

Satechi Cybermouse boasts bulletproof aluminum, solar charging


Satechi Cybermouse Is in the house
Satechi Cybermouse boasts features no ordinary mouse can dream of.
Photo: Satechi

Life can be hard on desktop accessories, and so Satechi created the Cybermouse. It’s made of indestructible “Super-Tough” aluminum in a design sure to widen the eyes of Elon Musk.

And the designers didn’t leave out other advanced features, like wireless and solar charging.

“The Cybermouse is made for the toughest desktop warriors, and offers a modern design for even the sleekest desktops,” notes Satechi.

The casing is bulletproof to protect against scratches, drops and the occasional coffee spill. But it’s not recommended for use while skydiving or snorkeling.

Cybermouse does whatever a Cybermouse can

The peripheral runs off its built in battery for up to a year. How long will depend on the use of the high-intensity LED “headlights” designed to light up the user’s desktop. But when the gadget does need to be juiced up, it can get power through wireless charging, or through solar panels built into the top.

“The Cybermouse’s low-profile design easily glides across your mousepad with precision and accuracy, beating out the competition in any race,” promises Satechi. “With its sleek, modern design, it is bound to beat out the competition when it comes to looks, too.”

Those interested in a release date and price should take a careful look at the publication date for this article.


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