Bluetooth mouse

Manhattan Stealth Touch Mouse Review

Despite all of the gesture-based user interface systems that have become popular in the past few years (think Wii, XBox Kinect, and of course smartphone touchscreens), the mouse is still the go-to workhorse of input devices for desktops and laptops.  But nearly all mouse devices have basically the same functionality, and many share near-identical styling. …

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Verbatim’s Easy Riser Bluetooth Mouse Adjusts to Fit Your Hand

The Easy Riser Bluetooth mouse from Verbatim requires no external receiver and works with PCs, Macs, and other Bluetooth-enabled devices like the Motorola Xoom tablet.  This high-resolution Laser mouse is ultra-slim and designed to fit into small places.  Its compact size doesn’t mean you’re doomed to cramped hands, though, because a switch on the bottom …

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