RadTech on Monday announced the release of the BT-510, a three-button Bluetooth-based wireless mouse. The BT-510 features 800 dot per inch (DPI) resolution and includes a USB-based power cable that can also be used to tether the mouse in the event its batteries drain. Touting an ambidextrous design, the BT-510 features three buttons, including a scrollwheel, and can be programmed to switch the function of the left and right mouse buttons — useful for left-handed users, according to RadTech. No drivers are needed for the mouse to work, and it has a “sleep mode” that conserves power when idle. The BT-510 costs US$59.95 and is available in black or white finishes. It can also be bundled with RadTech’s Travel Case for $69.95 instead.