Genius has launched something slightly unconventional – a battery-less mouse. No, it doesn’t use some kind of wireless power transfer to charge the mouse, but it does have a capacitor in place of a battery. Capacitors can hold some charge and Genius has one, that can stay charged through a day of use.
It should be selling in the U.S soon at a price of $39.99
- Genius DX-Eco mouse runs without traditional batteries, can charge in three minutes (theverge.com)
- Genius DX Eco Wireless Battery-free Mouse (techfresh.net)
- Logitech 525 Wireless Mouse Stays Charged for 3 Years (gadgetreview.com)