New from Elecom Japan comes the collaboration 2.4GHz wireless laser mouse designed by Nendo, the company of Ooki Sato, an award winning designer chosen by Newsweek as one of the "100 most respected Japanese in the world." The new "Orime" (meaning "fold line" from the Japanese Origami) M-NE4DL is a 5-button house based from the idea of manipulating a plane into multiple surfaces. Beyond its beautiful, futuristic design, the laser mouse adopts an invisible laser so although its resolution is 1600 dpi, it will not hurt your eyes if looked into its optic. Also comes with the smallest possible USB dongle for easy storage and portability. Corresponds to both Windows and Mac.
1600 dpi resolution
Power on-off switch
Programmable 5 button operation for optimized web browsing
Compatibility: USB interface
Windows 7 (including SP1) / Vista (~ SP2) / XP (SP3) Windows
Mac OS X (10.5 ~ 10.5.8,10.6 ~ 10.6.7) Macintosh running series
Resolution: 1600 dpi
Radio frequency: 2.4GHz band
Distance radio: Nonmagnetic material (such as wooden desk) 10m around
Magnetic material: 3m approx.
Approximately 128 hours continuous operating time
About 125 days of continuous standby time
Expected usable life of about 56 days (if assigned to a PC using the mouse to 25% in 8 hours per day operation)
Batteries available: AAA type Alkaline primary batteries
Size: 108.0 × 81.0 × depth 40.5mm Width Height