The eagle eyed among you may have already realised this mouse and it’s packaging bears a striking resemblance to a mouse we’ve reviewed in the past. In fact, it looks to be pretty much identical.
It features the same odd wedge shape to it that, as it turned out, wasn’t exactly comfortable to use. It does look pretty cool, though. Especially in this colour.
The shiny, black top of the mouse contains the multi-touch surface. There’s also the left and right click buttons underneath there towards the front of the touch surface, though the whole top of the mouse is one piece of material so no actual separate buttons for either.
On the underside we have the on/off switch and the entire bottom of the mouse comes off to reveal the battery compartment. You also have four feet to ensure it glides smoothly across your mouse mat/surface of choice.
The USB receiver is quite small. It’s one of the ‘nano’ sized receivers you get with quite a few travel mice. There’s not much to it other than a small piece of plastic and the USB connector itself.