Mice in general are meant to be useful, not decorative, but that hasn’t stopped some manufacturers from creating mice that caters more towards those with a penchant for novelty items rather than functional ones. With that being said, some of you guys might remember OreObject, the company that brought us the somewhat oddly shaped SPHEREtouch and SPHERE 2 mice, with the latter featuring a 24k gold version and retailed for $185, a price which could have easily netted you a decent gaming mouse. Well if the $185 price tag put you off, but the shape and design of the mouse was simply too good for you to pass up on, OreObject is back with a more affordable option in the form of the SPHEREglow.
Similarly shaped like its predecessors, the SPHEREglow will be made from aircraft grade aluminum, a rotary scrolling wheel, four way navigation buttons, a detachable micro USB along with the ability to switch between three preset sensitivity options on the fly. So how much will the SPHEREglow cost you? Unfortunately while cheaper than its predecessors, its price tag of $95 could still be a sight more than what many are willing to pay, but if $95 is within your budget, the SPHEREglow is currently available via OreObject’s website.
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