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It's been a long couple of years since we last heard from Swiftpoint, but the company is back with a (tiny) bang and introducing its eponymous ultraportable mouse. Touting a pen-like grip, tilt-scrolling, and a 30 to 40 percent better efficiency than your touchpad, this little thumb accessory wants

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It may not be quite as sleek as a Magic Mouse or as button-happy as the WarMouse, but we're guessing there's plenty of folks looking for something just like Dell's new WM311 wireless mouse, which is compact, decent-looking and cheap. Running just $30, the travel size-friendly mouse promises 1000 dp

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Microsoft's BlueTrack technology may have led to some pretty impressive mice, but they so far haven't dipped much under the $50 mark. That's now changed with the company's new Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500, Wireless Mouse 2000 and Comfort Mouse 4500, however, which all come in at less than $30, and pr

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For the individual first on the waiting list for inflatable garb (and the average traveler looking to trim down that carry-on), the Jelly click is quite the dream come true. Granted, it seems as if this blow-up critter is merely a concept at the moment, but that's not to say some unorthodox periphe

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Although Gyration's announcement isn't likely to be viewed as the most exciting news to emerge from DigitalLife, the firm is nevertheless unveiling its forthcoming M2000 Travel Air-Mouse for the wand-lovin' road warriors. The device boasts UltraSense technology and \"works on a flat surface or in the

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Just in case Kensington's recent onslaught of mice didn't float your boat, Sony is hoping that one of its colorful SMU-C3 or SMU-M10s will garner a bit more of your attention. The two-color USB C3 is available in white, green, pink, and black color schemes, sports an 800dpi optical sensor, \"wide sc

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