Mice archive

  • Microsoft's 2009/10 accessories lineup
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    Microsoft's 2009/10 accessories lineup

    By 18 September 2009

    Microsoft has shown off its full 09/10 range of mice, keyboards and webcams and Pocket-lint was on hand to get photos of everything. Most of these products we've seen before in the form of a press release, but here's some close up shots of what they look...

  • Transformers: USB drive and mouse in disguise
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    Transformers: USB drive and mouse in disguise

    By 18 September 2009

    When was the last time you saw a USB drive do the above? Bonkers right, but not as crazy as the optical mouse that turns into a dinosaur. Toshiba has teamed up with Hasbro to launch four official 1984 Transformers in the shape of a USB drive and optical...

  • Logitech's Darkfield Mice
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    Logitech's Darkfield Mice

    By 7 September 2009

    Although we've seen press shots of Logitech's Darkfield mice, which claim to be able to track even on glass surfaces. Here's a few photos of what they look like outside of studio lighting. They're rather pretty, we think. The larger, weird-shaped one...

  • Razer Naga MMO Mouse unveiled
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    Razer Naga MMO Mouse unveiled

    By 26 August 2009

    Razer, the company behind a number of gaming mice and other accessories, has announced a mouse specially designed for MMORPGs - the Naga. It's got a whopping 17 buttons - left and right click, scroll wheel, the regular forward and back buttons on the...

  • DJ Mouse lets you do more than spin your scroll wheel
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    DJ Mouse lets you do more than spin your scroll wheel

    By 20 August 2009

    If the idea of filling in yet another spreadsheet has you turning away from your computer, one company is hoping to perhaps entice you back with the DJ mouse, a mixing desk found on the back of your mouse. Aimed at music fans, the DJ Tech DJ mouse will...

  • Dead head mouse is the meanest mouse you'll ever see
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    Dead head mouse is the meanest mouse you'll ever see

    By 20 August 2009

    Logitech and Microsoft might have mice that can work on virtually any surface, but they don't sell a mouse made from a skull. Made from a sheep's head (we are told it died of natural causes), the mouse doesn't look like it's got that many extra buttons...

  • Logitech launches "Performance" and "Anywhere" MX mice
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    Logitech launches "Performance" and "Anywhere" MX mice

    By 19 August 2009

    Logitech has unveiled a pair of mice that it says are the first to be able to track on glass surfaces. They use "Darkfield Laser" technology, which sounds more like something that an evil genius might have come up with to obliterate the Earth. The tech...

  • Logitech launches Wireless Desktop MK700
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    Logitech launches Wireless Desktop MK700

    By 12 August 2009

    Logitech has announced a new wireless desktop - the MK700. As usual, it consists of a keyboard and mouse, both of which are wireless. The keyboard has "Incurve" keys which feature a concave design that, the company says, allows you to position your fingers...

  • Logitech announces G-series G500 mouse and G330 headset
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    Logitech announces G-series G500 mouse and G330 headset

    By 6 August 2009

    Logitech has unveiled two new additions to its G-series line of gaming peripherals - the Logitech Gaming Mouse G500 and the Logitech Gaming Headset G330. The successor to the G5 Laser Mouse, the Logitech Gaming Mouse G500 claims to deliver "a maximum...

  • Kensington SlimBlade TrackBall priced for the UK
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    Kensington SlimBlade TrackBall priced for the UK

    By 6 August 2009

    Kensington's SlimBlade Trackball, already revealed in the States, has been priced for a UK launch. Suitable both for the Mac and PC users, Kensington claims the input device "brings a whole new level of control, comfort and ease to today's digital savvy...

  • Microsoft Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000  review
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    Microsoft Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000 review

    By 6 August 2009

    The Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000 is the first Windows 7 compatible desktop solution from Microsoft to feature the new "Taskbar Favourites" buttons along the top of the keyboard. Building on the now standard "Windows key", the result promises to give...

  • Microsoft announces BlueTrack netbook mouse
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    Microsoft announces BlueTrack netbook mouse

    By 22 June 2009

    With a veritable ton of netbooks already sold, and 35 million due to be snapped up in 2009, Microsoft is looking to the diminutive laptop market for its latest mouse. With Microsoft's "BlueTrack" technology, that claims to work on any surface apart from...

  • Logitech Bluetooth Mouse M555b debuts
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    Logitech Bluetooth Mouse M555b debuts

    By 16 June 2009

    Logitech has announced a new mouse on Tuesday that promises to offer hyper-fast scrolling. The new Logitech Bluetooth Mouse M555b, catchy we know, will offer wireless connectivity for Bluetooth-enabled laptop and netbook computers and come with what Logitech...

  • Penguin mouse launches
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    Penguin mouse launches

    By 16 June 2009

    Sadly not a new hybrid species, but a new novelty peripheral from Gadget4All. The penguin-themed mouse is a wireless input device offering 800dpi resolution for Windows-based PCs. Available in black, blue, pink and green, it's on sale now for $21.

  • The Loop pointer launches
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    The Loop pointer launches

    By 15 June 2009

    In the States a futuristic remote control "pointer" has gone on sale with the launch of Hillcrest Labs' once-concept-now-real "The Loop". Wireless, The Loop comes with a small, USB 2.0 transceiver and lets users control their Windows PC's or Mac's media...

  • Gyration Air Mouse Go Plus review
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    Gyration Air Mouse Go Plus review

    By 12 June 2009

    Gyration has been churning out air mice for some time now, with the Go Plus on test another entry into the range offering access from up to 30 meters away and a wide range of custom configurations through the supplied software. The device hasn’t changed...

  • Logitech G9 Laser Mouse review
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    Logitech G9 Laser Mouse review

    By 4 June 2009

    Logitech has a bit of a track record for producing serious gaming hardware. Its keyboards, gameboards and mice haven't always been top of gamers' wishlists in the performance stakes but when it comes to features, there's not much competition. The G9 Laser...

  • New Microsoft mice promise to let you work anywhere
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    New Microsoft mice promise to let you work anywhere

    By 19 May 2009

    Microsoft is continuing to stand by the BlueTrack technology it uses in its current range of mice with the launch of a new batch of input devices for your computer. The new models, announced on Tuesday, see the technology that the company says improves...

  • Verbatim launches 4 wireless mice
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    Verbatim launches 4 wireless mice

    By 5 May 2009

    Verbatim has launched new mice with the introduction of the Wireless Laser Notebook Mouse, the Wireless Bluetooth Laser Notebook Mouse, the Wireless Laser Desktop Mouse with Re-Charging Docking Station and the Laser Desktop Mouse. The Wireless Laser Notebook...

  • 3Dconnexion SpacePilot Pro takes the mouse 3D
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    3Dconnexion SpacePilot Pro takes the mouse 3D

    By 17 April 2009

    3Dconnexion, a company that makes 3D mice for graphics users and gamers has announced their latest "3D mouse" - the SpacePilot Pro. Designed for "the rigorous demands of design engineers working in powerful 3D applications" according to the Logitech owned...

  • Microsoft launches SideWinder X3 mouse
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    Microsoft launches SideWinder X3 mouse

    By 15 April 2009

    In the States, Microsoft has announced a new addition to its SideWinder gaming products, the SideWinder X3 mouse. Claiming to combine gaming performance and versatile design at a "value" price of $39.95, the X3 is an ambidextrous, eight-button input device...

  • Microsoft offers Arc Mouse in special edition colours
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    Microsoft offers Arc Mouse in special edition colours

    By 10 March 2009

    Microsoft Hardware has announced new special edition colour versions of its designer Arc Mouse, and announced the launch of the "Notebook Cooling Base". The folding Arc Mouse will be available in frost white, eggplant purple, deep olive green and marine...

  • Gigabyte launches new mice and keyboards
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    Gigabyte launches new mice and keyboards

    By 2 March 2009

    Gigabyte has launched new peripherals at CeBIT 2009, with four new products covering keyboards and mice on show for visitors this year. First up is the Gigabyte GM-M8000 laser gaming mouse. Aimed at professional gamers, it boasts a high performance laser...

  • Kensington Ci10 Fit Wireless Notebook mouse review
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    Kensington Ci10 Fit Wireless Notebook mouse review

    By 29 January 2009

    The last thing you want when you are on the move with your laptop is a big chunky mouse. There are a bewildering array of options vying for your cash, so is the Ci10 Fit mouse from Kensington worth a look? The Ci10 is a wireless laser notebook mouse,...

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    UPDATED: Logitech adds three new products to G-series line-up

    By 7 January 2009

    Logitech has extended its G-series line of gaming peripherals, with the introduction of three new products. First up is the Logitech G19 gaming keyboard, which is the first Logitech keyboard to feature a colour GamePanel LCD. The tiltable, 320 x 240 pixel...