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    Default Mionix Concept PX

    The PX concept is the best of both worlds, it can be used as a normal wireless mouse and you can use it as a corded mouse.
    We wanted to solve one of the biggest problems with a wireless mouse today, the charging.
    The thing we did with Concept PX is that we used inductive charging, which means you can charge the mouse while you are gaming.


    Concept PX | Mionix.net

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    Default Re: Mionix Concept PX

    That is extremely smart. No more charging wireless mice. Still, I love corded mice for many reasons, but if I were to get a wireless mouse, it would be this!

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    Default Re: Mionix Concept PX

    Thia is cool.

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    Default Re: Mionix Concept PX

    i like the idea and good looking mouse. i remember seeing this in a CES video.
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: Mionix Concept PX

    Id line up for one of these. very nice

    However charging is only one of the issues with wireless mice. rate of communication compared to a wired mouse also needs an upgrade.
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    Default Re: Mionix Concept PX

    Hopefully they solved that by moving the mouse literally right on top of the receiver lol still will be a bit slower, but possibly not noticeably.

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    Default Re: Mionix Concept PX

    Quote Originally Posted by TCC View Post
    Hopefully they solved that by moving the mouse literally right on top of the receiver lol still will be a bit slower, but possibly not noticeably.

    lol not a bad idea. The mouse pad/induction charger/receiver plugs in using USB3.0 to supply everything needed. Only way it would have a chance of being equal to a standard plug in mouse.
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    Default Re: Mionix Concept PX

    good idea,....but gimme wire every time

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