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Microsoft Arc Mouse

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: November 10, 2008

Several new mice came out of Microsoft lately but the one that got my attention was the Arc Mouse. Used one them sexy devices this afternoon while on a visit to the Microsoft Singapore office. The Arc Mouse is wireless and connects to your PC or laptop via a tiny USB Bluetooth dongle. The mouse folds up a third of its size when stowed away while the USB dongle is tucked underneath to a magnetic panel. The hinges are made up of solid metal so you don't need to worry about them breaking off easily. They could cost as much…

Do you put a premium on the mouse?

Relevance: 96%      Posted on: September 13, 2010

I think one of the most neglected devices in a computer (especially the desktop PC) is the mouse. As a pointing device it's one of the most used peripherals (more often than the keyboard) in the PC. I always have uneasy feeling whenever I see someone using a defective mouse. So I wondered, "do people put a premium on the mouse as a pointing device?" I think for a segment of the population -- i.e. graphic designers, hard-core gamers and the likes -- the answer would be a big yes. I, for one, love using a huge trackball -- particularly…

Ultraslim Portable Mouse by Samsung

Relevance: 93%      Posted on: April 13, 2009

Spotted this ultraslim mouse by Samsung the other day and I thought it would be perfect for a netbook. At just 8mm thin, this could probably be the slimmest optical mouse I've seen ever.  The mouse has simple yet unique design, especially the rotating wheel around the center button. Rotating it clockwise scrolls the page down and counter-clockwise scrolls the page up. The center button represents left click while the right-click is enabled on the right side of the outer wheel (much like the clickwheel of the old iPods). The USB cable is fastened at the front side with a…

Mouse Hunting

Relevance: 92%      Posted on: January 17, 2006

Of the computer peripherals that I value the most, I gave the mouse the top marks (the speakers just came in second). In the last 3 years alone, I may have bought at least 5 of these devices and most of them came in style. All but one of of them are made by Logitech (including the keyboard). I mentioned about my alleged case of CTS a few months back so I thought it's time to get a new mouse -- something with a different anatomy from the previous ones. I already have the the Logitech Netscroll, the MX 500,…

Trackball, Trackpad or Optical Mouse?

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: November 2, 2010

I have to say I've been addicted to StarCraft 2 for the past couple of weeks and spending around 8 hours a day on the game. It's a productivity killer really but I think it's just a phase I have to get through and hopefully, soon enough. On a related note, was wondering which type of pointing device people prefer with their computers. I've got 3 main choices you can pick from -- a regular optical mouse, a trackball and a trackpad. I personally find the trackball the most convenient and more comfortable to use. There's no need for a…

The Microsoft Touch Mouse

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: January 7, 2011

If Apple has the Magic Mouse, Microsoft is making their own pointing device called Microsoft Touch Mouse but unlike the Magic Mouse which still has a mechanical button, the Touch Mouse is completely touch sensitive. That means no physical left or right click buttons -- just tap the corners and you get the same functions. The mouse connect via a Nano USB dongle via Bluetooth and has a range of up to 30 feet. Check the video demo below to see the complete multi-touch features: The Microsoft Touch Mouse will be released by May this year and will come with…

Logitech’s MX1000 Laser Mouse: OK for Gaming

Relevance: 85%      Posted on: June 17, 2006

For the past couple of weeks of playing Warcraft's DOTA AllStars, I've used several mice I've had from Logitech. The LX7 Cordless Optical mouse which I bought last January is no good for gaming due to the obvious lag in response time. The older Marble Mouse is actually better and I've been quite accustomed to using a trackball now especially in gaming (not for a prolonged period of time though). So I thought the one that I recently got (Logitech MX1000 Laser Cordless Mouse) won't be any different with the rest of the older versions. Surprisingly, the game went very…

Icon7 Twister Evolution: Mouse & Presenter

Relevance: 81%      Posted on: July 5, 2011

This is the second time we've encountered the Icon7 brand (we were given the Icon7 Z500 gaming mouse before). This time, they sent us the Icon7 Twister Revolution -- a laser presenter and mouse, all in one pocket-sized device. The Twister Evolution is not your typical laptop mouse. It's primarily a wireless laser presenter that doubles as a pocket mouse. So unless you're in sales or marketing/PR, or do a lot of presentation on a regular basis, I don't think this might really appeal to you. Icon7 Twister Laser 1200 dpi resolution 2.4GHz, USB 1.1 or above 3 mouse buttons…

This Microsoft Touch Mouse is my new best friend

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: November 29, 2011

Been using this Microsoft Touch Mouse since last week along with the Asus Zenbook UX31 that I am reviewing. It's the Windows equivalent of Apple's Magic Mouse and works pretty much the same. I wasn't impressed with the track-pad of the Acer Aspire S3 so I used it with this one and it worked perfectly. Same goes with the Asus UX31. The mouse is a bit stubby but that makes it more ergonomic and fits the palm of the hands more comfortably. The shape looks like that spaceship in the movie "Flight of the Navigator" many decades ago. The upper…

Pleomax Mouse and Keyboard

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: June 30, 2009

The guys at Jen-1ne Distributor sent this in over the week-end -- a box full of mice and keyboards from Pleomax. Incidentally, the Pleomax brand is also owned by Samsung for the computer accessories line. The Pleomax brand is fairly new, started only around 2003, and represents Samsung's product brand for digital media and IT consumables. However, you'd seldom see the Samsung logo in them (except maybe in the serial sticker or product manuals). What's inside the box -- 4 computer mice, 3 keyboards, a headphone and a USB keypad calculator. Check out the shots of each one below. Been…