Elon Musk’s Tesla Cybertruck was inspired by Blade Runner and the Lotus Esprit driven by James Bond in The Spy Who Loved Me, but Satechi’s Cybermouse looks like a miniature version of the former. This computer peripheral may not have cold-rolled stainless steel body panels, although it is constructed with a unibody aluminum casing for maximum durability as well as a supposed “Super-Tough bulletproof” material. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Yes, it does have the LED light bar like its real-life counterpart, complete with a 20,000 DPI optical sensor and then an EV battery, which lasts for up to 1-year on a single charge. When it does come time to recharge, you have the option of using either wireless or even solar charging options. One caveat: this product is just a concept…for now.
- 25% Faster than competing wireless mice: Razer HyperSpeed wireless technology brings together extreme low-latency and interference reduction for true wireless freedom
- 3x Quicker than traditional mechanical switches: Razer Optical mouse switches uses light beam-based actuation, registering button presses at the speed of light
- 11 Programmable Buttons: Allows for reconfiguration and assignment of complex macro functions through Razer Synapse 3. 5 On-board Memory Profiles
- Up to 100 hour battery life: An all-new, hyper-efficient sensor and wireless technology allows for extended gaming
Equipped with three ambient LED lights for an ultra-modern look no matter where (or when) you’re working. Built for the office warrior with our exclusive Super-Tough bulletproof aluminum to withstand scratches, drops, and of course, the occasional coffee spill,” said the company.