Monday, July 4, 2011

Review: Wireless Scope Node Laser Mouse

Just in for review from GearZap is the Elecom Scope Node Laser Mouse in it's wireless avatar. Opening up the box, the first impression is the ultra modern design of this mouse - not a surprise since it's German Japanese engineering. The Scope Node incorporates a laser sensor capable of achieving a higher recognition rate in low-contrast situations than that of a conventional optical mouse. The sensor can pick up subtle movement of the mouse and accurately translate the movement into the cursor movement.



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"Like you're holding a pen"

The above pic looks like the terminator's giving you the finger.. lol


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Takeru said...

German engineering? lol... it's a Japanese mouse.

DiLin Anand said...

Whoops! Thanks for the heads up Takeru!

Richard S. Milian said...

Now that the world has gone computerized, all you have to do is to work on a computer. You just have to sit in front of a monitor and keep a keyboard in front of you plus one of your hands on the mouse. Sitting whole day with your hand on mouse seems to be hectic. People who spend normally more than 3 hours on computer always complain of pains in the hand and wrist. People also have been suffering from mouse induced carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive stress injury. This happens because they continue to use the regular wired-mouse instead of the best ergonomic mouse.

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