Seoul, Korea – i-rocks (www.i-rocks.co.kr), a technical company for peripheral devices such as keyboard and mouse, will launch a differentiated three-color wireless mouse called “RF-7600” this February.
Designed specifically to emphasize its more refined style and three-dimensional look through its differentiated concept of diamond-style surface design, i-rocks RF-7600 wireless mouse displays colors of pink, blue, and black, which are rarely used for IT products.
RF-7600 boasts its maximum transmission distance of ten meters, comes with front-and-back side shortcut buttons that enable quick, convenient Internet browsing, and enables its user to change the resolution between 800DPI and 1,600DPI to suit the user’s preferences or work environment by utilizing the mouse pointer speed conversion button.
Also, the mouse was designed to adopt a USB receiver in its battery storage compartment, increasing its portability.
An i-rocks affiliate explained, “During a period when the supply of laptops and netbooks is steadily increasing, the wireless, three-color RF-7600 is a product with style and function that anyone can experience. We will carry out massive promotional events after its release.”
i-rocks RF-7600 wireless mouse sells at 30,000 won.
By Choi Yong Seok (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Translated by Sung Kyu Chang / Korea.com