Microsoft Optical Starck Mouse Review

Posted: Oct 1 2004, 9:05am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:00pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 
Microsoft Optical Starck Mouse Review
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EverythingUSB reviews the new Microsoft Optical Mouse designed by Philippe Starck. See our story about the Philippe Starck Mouse.

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"The Starck mouse certainly is an attention grabber. At first glance, it doesnt even look like a mouse, but more like a silver and orange egg. Essentially, there are the two mouse buttons running the full length of the mouse much like Apple's Pro Mouse. The smooth, silver body matches the silvery finish of our speakers and monitor, and goes great alongside a PowerBook. When viewed from the side, the silver body is interrupted only by the extruding scroll wheel. Down the center is an orange stripe which houses the wheel and four bright LEDs, casting a spiffy looking glow, a la TRON."
Read the full review. Buy the STARCK Mouse.




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