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A mouse to be excited about....

Genuis DX-ECOECO-Friendly Battery-Free BlueEye Mouse

For all of you who are still using wireless mice with batteries or accumulators, it is time you look into Genuis' environment-friendlier mouse than what you are currently using. There are no batteries in those little rodents but a built-in gold capacitor with all-day-long charge and life cycle of 100,000 charges. But the best news is that all you need is 3 minutes to charge it before using. That's how long it takes some of you to boot up your Windows XP system! For those who are 'upgraded'… this is as long as booting up Windows 7 and getting a cup of coffee. And that's not all. The mouse also features BlueEye technology that will allow you to use the mouse on virtually any surface.

Here's the PDF for you to enjoy: ECO-Friendly Battery-Free BlueEye Mouse PDF file.

 

Comments (4)

tauri tauri # 0 Up Down

A fascinating economy of one battery per minimum three months ^_^

tauri tauri # 0 Up Down

I just mean the phrase 'environment-friendlier'. Don't think such an economy will do much to the environment, and in any case it uses electricity :)

dmitriy dmitriy # 0 Up Down

Oh I C where the confusion is coming from. The batteries are disposed to the landfills where the batteries' poisonous chemicals are slowly decomposing and contaminate the world around them (birds, underground waters, in some rare cases air)… while a mouse with no battery would occupy considerably less space when disposed and does not have frequent wastage unlike the present-day wireless mice. Accumulators significantly reduced landfill pollution due to re-use factor of the technology, but, unfortunately did not completely eliminate the risks… as they too contain dangerous chemicals and the accumulators go bad every so often (in my experience a year is max). So you see, by having a resource that provides functionality but does not end up on the landfield quite often is a good thing for our environment… not as good as unlimited, pollution-free energy, but better than what we have now, hence friendlier :-)

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