Genius has come out with a new wireless mouse that doesn’t use batteries, but features a quick recharge time and all-day use. Called the DX-ECO BlueEye Mouse, it runs on the unique battery-free tech to make for an eco-friendly device. Instead of using traditional rechargeable batteries, the mouse packs a gold capacitor that’s listed to charge in three minutes and hold enough power to last a whole day, and is rated for 100,000 recharge cycles.
Past the battery-free tech, it’s a pretty typical wireless mouse. The DX-ECO features 7 buttons, a 2.4GHz wireless connection, and a 800/1600dpi BlueEye sensor that can work on dusted glass, marble and rough, textured surfaces like a rug or sofa.
It’s available now for $40.