Save $23 on this Star Wars Special Edition Wireless Mouse

By: Radu Tyrsina
Less than a 1 minute read

Star Wars fans like to show the entire world their favorite movie franchise and that’s why we see so many Star Wars-branded products. It’s especially cool to have the Star Wars brand glued to your everyday tools such as your mouse. And if you’re in the market for one to show off your fandom, Microsoft is selling one on its store and currently offering a nice discount on it.

The Star Wars Special Edition Wireless Mouse can be yours for a price of $37.00, down from its regular price of $59.99. We don’t know how buy star wars mousemuch longer this deal will stick around, but if you’re a true Star Wars fan you’ll spring for it— especially because you’ll save a nice $23:

Hold the power of the Dark Side in your hand with this Sith-themed mouse. It features a low-profile design, flowing arch, and subtle side grips making it a comfortable fit for hours of point and clicking. Includes two AA batteries.

Buy Star Wars Special Edition Wireless Mouse from the Microsoft Store

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