Saitek Obsidian Wireless Mouse Review

Posted: Apr 30 2007, 3:08pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:39am CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

Saitek Obsidian Wireless Mouse Review
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Today’s review is of the Saitek Obsidian wireless mouse. This mouse sports 1000 dpi sensitivity and a several other unique and interesting features to make your work day more enjoyable.

The wireless range is very good and dual rechargeable batteries will keep you working and playing all day. The main feature of the mouse is a touch sensitive scroll feature that forsakes the traditional scroll wheel.Review excerpt: “In the hand the Saitek Obsidian is wider and lower profile than typical mice such as those from Logitech. Battery life is very good with one battery lasting my entire work day, and I use the mouse very heavily. I would peg battery life at about 6 hours which is right on par with the Logitech G7 that I normally use.” Read the full Saitek Obsidian Wireless mouse review.

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