Gigabyte To Release New Mice and Keyboards

"Two mice and keyboards coming from Gigabyte"

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Gigabyte To Release New Mice and Keyboards

Gigabyte are reportedly readying a line of peripherals for CeBIT in Hannover. According to reports, Gigabyte have both a wired and wireless mouse in the works and two multimedia keyboards.

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, 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.

GM-M7800S

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Currently there's no word on the street as to the expected pricing of the units, but things should become a little clearer once CeBIT rolls around.

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26-02-2009, 03:23:29

WC Annihilus
"Another document war breaks out between chip giants Intel and Nvidia."

Read on

26-02-2009, 14:58:23

zak4994
Right....
Well this sucketh.

26-02-2009, 15:05:24

Rastalovich
I don't know that the documents were 'forced to be taken down' or just retracted.

Tech news is getting pretty tabloidish around the web.

They start the Rafa Benitez rumors too ?

26-02-2009, 15:21:15

WC Annihilus

I don't know that the documents were 'forced to be taken down' or just retracted.

Tech news is getting pretty tabloidish around the web.

They start the Rafa Benitez rumors too ?


Hence the wording of "it seems." I wasn't too sure myself, but still felt the possibility was worth mentioning.
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