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V-Mouse, the Wireless Pen Mouse

Posted in Mouse,Pens by Darrin Olson on June 16th, 2007

V-Mouse is a Wireless Pen MouseSalient Technology has a wireless mouse shaped a like a large pen with a rubberized grip which addresses a lot of complaints designers have with using the traditional mouse. Some common complaints include difficulty doing any type of drawing or detailed work with a traditionally shaped mouse, that they often take up a significant amount of desk space and that wires are always in the way.

This V-Mouse model (VM-203) uses RF communication to run wireless and has a rechargeable Li battery that charges up through a USB connection. It even has two buttons to work like the right and left buttons of a standard mouse and can simulate the third button scrolling. It’s compatible with Windows and Mac OS’s and can transmit its signal to a USB 1.1 dongle from up to 10 meters away. The V-Mouse wireless pen mouse (Designer …

Kensington Ci70 Wireless Desktop

Posted in Kensington,Keyboards,Mouse by Chris Weber on June 12th, 2007

Kensington Ci70 Wireless Desktop has a very thin stylish designThis Ci70 wireless desktop set from Kensington has got to be the sleekest and thinest we’ve seen, and definitely had the minimalist in mind when designed.

The footprint on the keyboard is 40% smaller than standard multimedia keyboards and even the mouse runs anorexic at 35% of the average size. When not in use the mouse docks neatly in the keyboard to save space and conserve power. An automatic sleep timer also helps conserve energy and saves on wear of the optical sensor.

The wireless desktop works with Windows and Mac computers and has both an Eject button and a Windows start menu button, where usually a keyboard would have one or the other but seldom both. They also both run off of a single USB receiver to help against needing a 16 port USB hub. To top it …

Hanwang Tablet Mouse – ‘T&MOUSE’

Posted in Mouse by Darrin Olson on May 30th, 2007

Hanwang table mouse called the T&MouseThe Chinese company Hanwang recently showed of this odd looking mouse at CHITEC 2007 in Beijing. The device works like a standard mouse complete with right and left buttons and a centered click-wheel, but the center has been carved out to make some room for a small tablet in the center. The name is equally odd – the ‘T&MOUSE’.

It appears that the center tablet pad can be used with a type of stylus to draw lines, but I can’t imagine someone could create too elaborate of drawings with the restricted area, much less a signature or anything. I’ll bet you could draw some wicked circles, though. Even the area around it looks a little cumbersome to use since it’s sunken down into the mouse. I draw poorly enough the way it is and I don’t think I need any help from …

Heartbeat Indicator Mouse

Posted in Concepts,Health,Mouse by Nino Marchetti on May 25th, 2007

Heartbeat-indicator-mouseHours of coding or playing EverQuest and lack of exercise commonly go hand in hand to promote growth of the waistline of sedentary computer users (like myself). This can usually lead to bad health problems down the road with various parts of your body such as your ticker. Designer Kawok Lau thinks the answer to salvation might lie in your mouse.

That’s right – your computer mouse. Lau has cooked up what is being called the Heartbeat Indicator Mouse. This regular, wireless mouse activates when a person goes to use it by calling upon built-in sensors below the thumb and palm to take one’s heartbeat. The results of your pulse are displayed on a USB device with a LCD screen which you can position on your desktop so you see exactly how often someone’s annoying email spikes your heart rate. This same display will tell you how …

Pro Click Mobile mouse for cramped spaces

Posted in Bluetooth,Mouse,Razer Pro by Darrin Olson on March 18th, 2007

Razer Pro click precicison mobile mouseRazer Pro Solutions creates a number of precision products, including high precision mice along with mouse pads to allow a wide range of precision for different levels of required movement and accuracy.

The Pro Click Mobile mouse is a wireless Bluetooth notebook mouse with a high level of precision in movement to allow its use restricted spaces. Using your notebook on an airplane is a common place where a traditional wireless mouse is just not practical, and you usually end up becoming an expert with the touch sensitive pad or trackpoint device.

This small precision mobile mouse has a 1200 dpi optical sensor that requires only an inch or so of desk space wiggle room to navigate your pointer across the entire width of the screen. It also has an ambidextrous design to allow use by both right handers and south paws.

The …

ZOFFY Vista Certified Mouse

Posted in Mouse,Vista by Darrin Olson on February 17th, 2007

ZOFFY the Windows Vista certified MouseWhen I first saw news of this mouse come across our desks showing that it was Vista certified, I quickly wanted to look into what cool new features it had. We’ve seen some “special” keyboards that were equipped with additional shortcut keys used specifically for the Windows Vista OS, so this logically must have some cool new features which uniquely integrate it with Vista, right?

Well, not so much. This USB 1.1 mouse named ZOFFY from Sigma APO does have vertical and horizontal scroll, an adjustable 800/1600 dpi laser, and a rubber grip. Also, there is no driver installation necessary for the Windows Vista OS due to this certification no doubt, but there is a driver available should you want to use ZOFFY on another OS.

The ZOFFY Vista Certified mouse comes in colors of red, black, blue and silver and is expected to …

Ergonomic Design in the Vertical Mouse 2

Posted in Mouse by Darrin Olson on January 23rd, 2007

Vertical Mouse 2This Vertical Mouse 2 has a unique ergonomic design that gives the users hand a more natural position while using it, instead of twisting the forearm as with most conventional mice.

The design requires holding the mouse much like you would a cup, with fingers on the side to access the right and left buttons and the scroll wheel. This does seem like it would be a more natural and comfortable position, but it may make some of of the finer movements a little more difficult, especially the forward and back motion.

Also, most mice are designed for use with either the right or left hand; you would want to be sure to get the correct one. Overall this is an interesting design that would be worth trying out.

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Game On with Creative Mouse Gamer HD7600L

Posted in Mouse by Quagmire on November 4th, 2006

Creative HD7600LNow that you have your new gaming rig all tricked out, it’s time to add some flair to your mouse. The Creative Mouse Gamer HD7600L lets your customize your mouse with three interchangeable “Game-On” covers.

The HD7600L also benefits from a resolution of 2,400 dpi with a tracking speed of 40 inches per second. Finicky gamers can adjust the dpi setting through the control switch to change instantly between 400, 800, 1600 and 2400 dpi for optimum speed, precision and accuracy.

The Mouse Gamer connects via USB and features EasyGlide Teflon Feet for ultra-smooth mouse action during all your high-stakes games. The Creative Mouse Gamer HD7600L is available now.

Logitech MX Revolution Mouse Scrolls Fastest

Posted in Logitech,Mouse by Darrin Olson on October 22nd, 2006

Logitech MX Revolution MouseLogitech has a high-speed mouse on the market with the MX Revolution with advanced controls to make mouse functions easier to use.

The key feature of this MX revolution mouse is the MicroGear Precision Scroll Wheel, which lets you scroll through long documents very quickly, or you can switch to a more common precise click-to-click scrolling mode for navigating things at a normal speed. You can switch between the two modes by simply moving the Quick-Flip thumb wheel. You can also quickly search the Web by highlighting a word or phrase and pressing the convenient “search” button. In the “Free-spin” mode, there is very little friction at all on the wheel, which allows you to give it a push and it will continue to spin, and scroll, for up to 7 seconds before it slows to a stop on it’s own.

The Logitech …

Multi-Task with USB Finger Mouse

Posted in Mouse by Paul Patterson on October 19th, 2006

USB Finger Mouse

Road warriors looking to minimize gear while maximizing efficiency need look no further than the USB Finger Mouse. The Finger Mouse is a miniaturized mouse that attaches to your index finger and shortens time between keyboarding and mouse movements.

The mouse works by strapping the mouse to your index finger and using your thumb to operate the mouse buttons and scroll wheel. The innovative design allows users to write or type while operating the USB Finger Mouse at the same time, thus shortening the operation time between keyboarding and operating a mouse. Your middle finger acts as a stabilizer to provide support when double-clicking. The optical sensor on the mouse works on many surfaces such as clothing and whatever surfaces you find yourself working on.

While probably not ideal for all situations, the mouse may work well with confined working conditions and …

Mighty Mini MoGo Mouse

Posted in Mouse,Newton Peripherals by Darrin Olson on October 17th, 2006

MoGo MouseInnovation like this are great to see, and this one really caught my eye. At first glance I had no clue what it was, but soon learned that I was looking at wireless notebook mouse, the MoGo Mouse to be specific. The functionality of the MoGo mouse is not necessarily what makes this so cool for me, although they did pack all the functionality of a wireless Bluetooth mouse into a very small flat design.

The thing that makes this notebook mouse unique is that it happens to be the exact size of a PC card, and the MoGo Mouse happens to fit into a standard notebook PC card slot for storage. No mouse laying around in your laptop bag…cool. Also, no batteries that need replacing…way cool! While this mouse happens to be in the PC card slot, the PC just happens to charge it …

Logitech NuLOOQ Gives New Look To Mousing Around

Posted in Logitech,Mouse by Darrin Olson on October 9th, 2006

Logitech NuLOOQ
The NuLOOQ navigator (pronounced ‘new look’) from Logitech is not new to the market as it’s name might imply, but it is probably “Nu” to you if you are not a graphics designer with a Mac.Up until now the NuLOOQ has been available and on the market, but it came with an Adobe Suite of products, and was only supported by the Mac. Now it is sold separately and works with Windows XP SP2 or more. It works with a few products where the design of the NuLOOQ is probably most handy and practical, such as some Adobe graphics programs, MS Word and Excel, Final Cut, iMovie, and iTunes, but it can be configured to work with just about any application with it’s programmable buttons.
The NuLOOQ is stationary and weighs about a pound, but with it’s navring you can spin it around to zoom …

Logitech Has the Edge with DiNovo

Posted in Bluetooth,Keyboards,Logitech,Mouse by Darrin Olson on October 3rd, 2006

Logitech Dinovo Edge DesktopDesktops are really becoming more popular as things are becoming more wireless in general. The new wireless keyboard and mouse combination from Logitech further enhances the move towards disconnected innovation, and is doing it with some style.

A really nice feature with the DiNovo Edge which is not common in other similar desktops is having mouse-like navigation on the keyboard. Anyone that has had their keyboard sitting on their lap while leaning back in their chair has encountered the incredible inconvenience of finding they need their mouse for something. Having the Logitech TouchDisc on the keyboard can eliminate the need for your mouse and let’s you lean back and relax a little while working.

Another nice feature is some of the “stealth” hot keys that are backlit and only visible when activated by touch, and then fade away. There is also a touch sensitive …

Microsoft 4-in-1 Mouse Designed for Presentations

Posted in Microsoft,Mouse by Paul Patterson on September 24th, 2006

Notebook Presenter Mouse 8000

Designed specifically for the weary road warrior with too many gadgets to carry, Microsoft has created the Wireless Notebook Presenter Mouse 8000. The 8000 is a 4-in-1 device that functions as a slide presenter, a laser pointer with digital ink, a media remote control, and a 2.4GHz Bluetooth laser notebook mouse.

The mouse contains all the standard features you would expect from a wireless mouse with a few nice extras thrown in. The bottom of the mouse contains control buttons for screen navigation forward, back and full screen). The 8000 also contains some attractive media control capabilities that are compatible with RealPlayer, iTunes and Windows Media Player. The presentation keypad also acts as a media control that allows users to play, pause, change tracks, and adjust volume.

Microsoft plans to have the Wireless Notebook Presenter Mouse 8000 available in mid-October …

Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000

Posted in Keyboards,Microsoft,Mouse by Darrin Olson on September 16th, 2006

Wireless Desktop 8000Microsoft has come out with the their newest Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000 to be available in time to have for the Microsoft Vista full release. Microsoft says the new keyboard and mouse have additional features to help have even more control over your computer from the keyboard and mouse. Of course, this raises a question in my head about how I was controlling my computer before? It seems like I was pretty much use the keyboard and mouse…

Well, there are a few nice accessories and shortcut buttons (some of which are specifically for Windows Vista) that I guess can add some more control from the general keyboard area, both through software and hardware.

The Entertainment Desktop 8000 is wireless and connects via Bluetooth which allows you to be up to 30 feet away.
These are rechargeable. This is nice because one of the bigger …