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USB Pixel Mouse

Posted in USB by Reuben Drake on July 20th, 2011

Here’s a mouse that is not your average boring variety. It is made to look like a pixelized image of a right hand mouse pointer that you’ve seen many times on the monitor. The scroll wheel that is located between the index finger and middle finger.

It works like any other mouse, just looks cooler on your desk. If you like it, this one will cost you $19.99. Though you might get sick of it pointing all of the time.

Loop Pointer In-Air Mouse Launches

Posted in Mouse by Shane McGlaun on June 15th, 2009

looppointer-sbOne of the biggest issues for users who put HTPC systems into the living room is how to control the computer from the couch across the room. A wireless keyboard will handle the typing issue, but the mouse can be more difficult since there is no desk to use.

Hillcrest Labs has announced that its Loop Pointer in-air mouse is now available for purchase. The device is compatible with Windows and Mac systems. The Loop allows the user to control the cursor on a PC screen wirelessly from across the room without needing a desk or other surface.

Thanko’s Lazy Mouse 2

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on May 4th, 2009

Thanko's Lazy Mouse 2Thanko has a new and interesting gadget they’ve just introduced, in the Lazy Mouse 2, aka the GoroNeDeMouse2. It’s small enough to operate your computer like a wireless mouse. Is it lazy? For some people, this might be far easier. Especially if desk space is an issue.

The Lazy Mouse 2 is compatible with both Windows and Mac, but sadly the built-in rechargeable battery has just 4 hours of life. I’m curious. How many of you think this is an amazing idea? And how many think it’s a waste of $50?

The Triforce touchscreen pointer

Posted in Touchscreen by Conner Flynn on April 6th, 2008

The Triforce touchscreen pointer
The Triforce Touchscreen Pointer has nothing to do with zelda, so you won’t have to go around collecting pieces of the Triforce. Despite having nothing to do with Zelda, it might be something genuinely useful. It’s an alternative to the traditional stylus, a touchscreen pointer for handheld devices like mobile phones and PDAs.

No more fumbling with your PDA’s long stylus and the lanyard means no more dropping it. No info on pricing yet, but it won’t be a lot. In fact expect to see these start showing up as promotional items and in swag bags everywhere.