The multitouch display that we tend to take for granted on smartphones and tablets that permeate society today is something that I never envisioned back in the day when a mobile phone equals Motorola, and the StarTac was the next best thing since sliced bread. Well, feature phones of today tend to be the domain of emerging markets, while rage for a smartphone is well an alive across many demographics. When it comes to the evolution of the computer mouse, not much has changed – perhaps gamers will disagree with this statement, but I am coming from a point of view where the average office drone’s mouse experience had probably remained the same since he/she was an intern. With the Logitech Touch Mouse M600, things are set to improve, making mousing feel like second nature. You are able to scroll, swipe and surf regardless of where your fingertips rest on the mouse, and it does not matter whether you are a southpaw or not.
Click areas are also easily reassigned thanks to the included Logitech SetPoint software, and for folks who deal with spreadsheets all day long, the Logitech Flow Scroll software delivers non-choppy scrolling – and you need not make a mistake on the wrong spreadsheet cell thanks to advanced optical tracking that delivers precision on virtually any surface. This bad boy can be yours for $69.99 a pop.
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