[CES 2010] Mad Catz isn’t exactly famous for their mice, but they have certainly done pretty well with the Eclipse Wireless Touchmouse, where your ordinary scroll wheel is no more with an optical touch-cum-scroll surface in place. This enables you to scroll in all four directions, and with a little tweaking, you are able to program it to react to specific gestures. It relies on Bluetooth connectivity to jive with your computer wirelessly instead of RF, where a single AA battery ought to provide enough juice for half a year – although we suspect that is with light to moderate use, as heavy users (8 hours or more each day) might see half that amount of battery life according to my past experiences with wireless mice. You have been warned!
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