Last month, Taiwanese hardware vendor Gigabyte announced a wireless laser mouse capable of lasting up to an entire year on a single pair of AA batteries. Well, the latest on the ECO600 long-life wireless laser mouse is that it has made it past the FCC .
Expected to arrive soon, now that it has been cleared by the FCC, the ECO600 has a 1600 DPI laser sensor. The DPI settings can be adjusted using a couple of buttons on top, which are accompanied by a three-stage blue LED indicator - 800/1200/1600 DPI - to inform the users about the current settings. The mouse features five customizable buttons.
We are still awaiting word from Gigabyte on the price and availability of the ECO600.