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Logisys Optical Finger Mouse

Michael Larabel

Published on 2 December 2006
Written by Michael Larabel
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Looking for a nifty stocking stuffer this holiday season? The Logisys Optical Finger Mouse is a very innovative gadget that may be perfect for your traveling family member. The MS601BK model is an 800DPI mouse that works on nearly any surface (with the exception of reflective glass surfaces) and works by the movement of your fingers. We have been trying out the Logisys Optical Finger Mouse now for several weeks and have been impressed by its abilities.

Features:

· Strap it on your index finger with the sensor tip in alignment with your index finger tip or slightly higher depends on your own comfort level.
· Provide support by using your middle finger to hold the finger mouse against your index finger when you are clicking.
· Point the cursor with your index finger while your thumb to control the left button (lower button), right button (upper button) and scroll wheel.

Contents:

The Optical Finger Mouse had arrived in a very small container that had advertised the various features for this unique mouse. The sole item inside of the package was the mouse itself, while the instructions were listed on the rear of the container. This product has already been patented in China and a patent is pending here in the United States for this apparatus.

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