Gigabyte unveils the Aivia Xenon, the world’s first dual-mode touchpad mouse. The mouse features a flat surface which is the touch area. It can be used as a mouse or a touchpad, and users can switch between them easily with the Mode button on the side, with blue light indicates ‘Mouse Mode,’ and purple light indicates ‘Touchpad Mode.’
The Xenon supports multitouch gestures, and you can customize the gestures using the Aivia Xenon software. The mouse also includes Gigabyte’s Free-Scrolling Technology that makes web surfing and browsing files more efficient and effortless. The Aivia Painter allows you to paint and draw on the screen.
The Shiny Black Aivia Xenon sports a 1000 dpi laser sensor with a report rate of 125 reports per second. It offers a 10-meter working distance and is powered by two AAA batteries.