Trust YVI+, Bayo ECO and Fyda ECO: 3 sustainable PC mice presented

For those who are not necessarily looking for the fastest gaming mice, but rather prefer sustainable rodents, manufacturer Trust has three new models in its portfolio. The Trust YVI+, Bayo ECO and Fyda ECO come in a sustainable design made of recycled plastic and won’t tear a big hole in your wallet.

Trust YVI+, Bayo ECO and Fyda ECO in detail

The Trust YVI+ marks a real innovation and continues the series after the successful YVI. The wireless mouse is powered by only one standard AA battery and is supposed to last up to 12 months.

The YVI+ is made from 83 percent recycled plastic and comes in completely plastic-free FSC-certified packaging. It is also equipped with an energy-saving on/off switch to further reduce power consumption.

Clicks are associated with a pleasantly low noise thanks to particularly quiet buttons. Wirelessly, the mouse reaches a range of eight meters via USB receiver, and the sensor can be adjusted between a resolution of 800 DPI to 1,600 DPI via button.

At the same time, the YVI+ relies on a compact design with rubberized sides that promise a secure grip. It is offered in gray, blue, red and green. The already available models of the ergonomically shaped Bayo and the cordless Frydo will also be joined by a new eco version in the Clevergreen lineup, made from recycled plastic.

Prices and availability

All of Trust’s new mice should be available immediately. The new Trust YVI+ is priced at a suggested retail price of €14.99. The Fyda ECO is available in both wired and wireless options, priced at 22.99 euros and 29.99 euros, respectively.

The wired version of the Trust Bayo ECO is 29.99 Euros. Wirelessly, you pay 39.99 euros. More details about the mice of the Clevergreen portfolio can be found on the homepage of Trust.

Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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