If you wanted to get the fun of multi-touch on your older Windows notebook that didn’t feature a multi-touch trackpad, then you might want to check out the Speedlink Cue. The Cue is a wireless 1000dpi optical mouse with a multi-touch surface. It connects to your notebook via a USB nano-receiver, similar to those commonly found on wireless mice from Logitech and Microsoft. Gestures can be configured with the supplied software, ensuring that you’ll be able to fully utilize the mouse. Of course, it won’t beat Apple’s Magic Mouse when it comes to looks, but since it’s going to be covered by your palm most of the time, you wouldn’t notice, right? The Cue will ship in November for EUR40 ($56), leaving you with a choice to make.
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