front_1In the moments before I sat down in the office to write this review, Wes and I wrestled with the web of cords that we hide behind the monitor. Given the opportunity, I think any user would jump on the chance to eliminate even one from that mess. Attractive of a thought as that is, wireless peripherals aren't always the friendliest, in cost or performance. We visited Gigabyte's Ghost engine last year with the M8000Xtreme, and today we sit down with the newest addition, one that is designed to cut down the clutter of cables.

Product Name: Gigabyte Aivia M8600

Review Sample Provided by: Gigabyte

Review by: Adam

Pictures by: Wes


Specifications

Interface USB
Tracking system Twin-eye Laser
Resolution 100 ~ 6500dpi ( Hardware: up to 5600dpi)
Onboard memory 32KB
Maximum acceleration 50g
Maximum speed 150 inches/ second
Certificate CE/ FCC/ BSMI/ NCC
Color Black
Cable Length 1.8m nylon braided / Gold-plated USB connector to mini USB
Dimension (L)134.3*(W)72.7*(H)42.7 mm
Weight 148g with battery; 110g without battery
Accessory Charging dock, Li-ion battery*2, USB to mini USB cable*2, Driver CD, Quick guide, Spare feet pad
Support OS Windows 98/2000/ME/XP 32bit/Vista 32/ 64bit/ Win 7 32/ 64bits

 

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