A laser mouse that transforms into a scanner at the press of a button. It can process up to A3 sized pages and also has OCR technology, so you can easily paste scanned text into documents.
The $119 headset has 50mm drivers, audio controls on its cord and a retractable mic. The $70 mouse has 7 buttons, 5,000 cpi laser and a matte grip. Diablo-themed mousepads also available.
Need to work in a quiet environment? Annoyed by the clicking sound of your mouse? Check out the Nexus 7000 Silent Mouse – its buttons barely make any sound. A 5-button model will also be released.
It could be the best mouse yet, with its couch-friendly surface, hyper-fast scrolling, and the best idea yet – it’s only active when you grip it, reducing errors and offering up to 2 year battery life.
The Chameleon X-1 has a dirty little secret. On top, it just looks like an ordinary, but stylish optical mouse. But flip it onto its back, and it conceals a full wireless gamepad with 14-buttons.
Can’t stand your laptop’s trackpad, but can’t bear to lug around a full-size mouse? This finger-friendly wireless pen-mouse is small enough to track on the spare surface area next to your trackpad.
Here’s how you milk your fan base: Roland recently released a limited edition mouse modeled after its famous Boss DS-1 distortion pedal. Far from ergonomic, the mouse still sold out quickly.
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