Form over function?
Subject: General Tech | April 30, 2007 - 03:56 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Saitek Obsidian Wireless Rechargeable mouse has a very sleek look to it, to the point where scroll wheel has even been removed. In it's place is a touchpad that acts as the scroll wheel, as well as being able to perform a few more tricks as well. Head to ExtremeTech for the full review, and find out if this mouse has been designed more for style than usability.
"Hailing from Planet Saitek, from a galaxy far, far away, comes the Obsidian Wireless Rechargeable Mouse, an ambidextrous
pointing device unlike most others. Aside from its oval shape and futuristic design, the Obsidian replaces the standard
scroll wheel with a small scroll wheel-sized touch pad, which allows users to perform various scrolling techniques that
can't be done with a regular mouse."
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