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Rapoo receives ‘iF Product Design Award’ for innovative product design

Rapoo iF Product Design Award

Rapoo has revealed that the company has won the ‘iF Product Design Award’ year for innovative design of RAPOO T8 wireless laser touch mouse. This is the fifth award of the company in a row. It received the award for its stylish laser mouse 3700 in 2010, which Rapoo had co-worked with the foreign design team. The mouse is stylish and portable and offers special matt touch surface.

Talking about the achievement, Saurabh Grover, Country Head – India, SAARC & MEA at RAPOO said, “iF Product Design Award’ is one of the most professional and authoritative awards in the world. Together with German “Red Dot Award” and American ‘DEA Award’, ‘iF Product Design Award’ is known as the “Oscar” in the field of product designing. It symbolizes international recognition, high-quality product and service. We are proud to receive this honour again. This award has elated us since we are rewarded for our constant efforts to provide cutting edge technology and flawless designs to our valued customers.”

The high-performance laser engine, tested and verified on professional 71-color paper and various materials, enables users to use T8 on almost any surface with high-speed response and unrivalled accuracy. With RAPOO’s ultra-low-power R58 processor, well-designed circuit and power switch has a battery backup up to 9 months. And reliable 5G wireless transmission results in less interference from other 2.4GHz wireless, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi devices and better stability.

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