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ID titanium laser mouse - stunning design and a price to match

Intelligent Design's new titanium mouse
Intelligent Design's new titanium mouse
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Intelligent Design's ID titanium mouse has a stunning design and a price tag to match
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Intelligent Design's ID titanium mouse has a stunning design and a price tag to match
Intelligent Design's ID mouse can be used by left and right-handers
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Intelligent Design's ID mouse can be used by left and right-handers
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Intelligent Design's new titanium mouse is wireless, with BlueTooth connectivity
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Intelligent Design's new titanium mouse is wireless, with BlueTooth connectivity
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Intelligent Design's new titanium mouse
Intelligent Design's ID mouse can be used by left and right-handers
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Intelligent Design's ID mouse can be used by left and right-handers
Intelligent Design's ID titanium mouse has a stunning design and a price tag to match
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Intelligent Design's ID titanium mouse has a stunning design and a price tag to match
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Intelligent Design's new titanium mouse

With Apple’s new wireless Magic Mouse grabbing headlines this month, and innovations such as the multi-functional GlideTV navigator and Nortek Duplus mini wireless mouse being rolled-out almost weekly, it seems the days of the humble mouse are long gone. Enter Intelligent Design’s titanium laser mouse - a hand-crafted device that is anything but humble (or cheap) and while it doesn't have the smarts of Apple's new offering, its certainly lays down a challenge on the design front.

The ID mouse is Bluetooth enabled and is constructed from hand-formed grade one titanium and high quality plastic resin. It features a neodymium scroll wheel and is suitable for both left and right-handed users. Powered by two AAA batteries it is available in black or white and has a three-button layout.

This stunning design comes at a price though – the ID mouse retails for 800 euros or about US$1,200 (at time of publication).

Intelligent Design via Gadget.com.

1 comment
Gavrilo Bozovic
So.... what\'s its advantage? What is the point of having a neodymium scroll wheel, except to have a multisyllabic word in the product description? Also, while \"grade one titanium\" sounds great, it is noteworthy that the grade 1 is the softest, which means that the whole mouse will be easily scratched... Grade 4 is hard, but sounds cheap :-)
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