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Since its inception in the mid-'60s, the "mouse," as it came to be known, has morphed and mutated into a diverse assortment of styles to accommodate efficiency, ergonomics and portability. In this week's Rewind we surf through the history of the device from its humble beginnings to its current fut...

December 7th 2014 at 1:00pm 0 Comments
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Newton, inventive maker of the ultrathin, wireless MoGo Mouse has added a new variation to its game, called the MoGo Mouse X54 Pro. Just like its Bluetooth-utilizing progenitor, the X54, the new model is a credit card-thin optical mouse meant to be stored in your open ExpressCard 54 slot, but the P...

July 27th 2007 at 1:24am 0 Comments
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Newton Peripherals is no stranger to the world of small and thin. So the miniscule size of their new MoGo Headset -- the "thinnest, lightest headset in the world" -- should come as little surprise. Still, at less than 5-mm thick with 6-hours of talk time and claimed "natural audio" sound, this Blue...

March 28th 2007 at 7:15am 0 Comments
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Newton Peripherals is no stranger to the world of small and thin. So the miniscule size of their new MoGo Headset -- the "thinnest, lightest headset in the world" -- should come as little surprise. Still, at less than 5-mm thick with 6-hours of talk time and claimed "natural audio" sound, this Blue...

March 28th 2007 at 7:15am 0 Comments
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Over at ShowStoppers at CES we spotted MoGo's Mouse and Dapter and snapped a few for your pleasure. The MoGo Mouse's claim to fame is its PC-card slot based design which can fold up and be hidden within ExpressCard 54 and regular old PC card slots. Also on show was the MoGo Dapter which, we can tell...

January 9th 2007 at 1:00am 0 Comments
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Re-defining the term "portability," Engadget picked up on the MoGo MouseBT, to be unvelied at the January '06 CES they'll be covering. Ergonomics aside, this looks like a slick little Bluetooth mouse that can stow away in a PC card slot - which means 12" PowerBook and iBook owners wil...

December 22nd 2005 at 4:00pm 0 Comments