Microsoft offered a half-answer to Apple’s Magic Mouse late last year with the Arc Touch Mouse, a rather unique bendable unit that offered some touch functionality but didn’t completely eschew the traditional left and right-clicking buttons. Now the company is back with a new device that has been designed to bring special gesture features to Windows 7 users: the Microsoft Touch Mouse.
Tech Oven is always keen to try something different from the conventional wireless or Bluetooth mice we use, so we were really pleased to have the opportunity to review the Wacom Bamboo Pad CTH-300K wireless touchpad.
A touchpad is essentially a trackpad similar to that you’d find on a laptop, only larger and of much better quality and the larger space gives much more room for gesture support.
WhatsWithTech- If you have the option to take control of the keyboard and mouse is something that we all long for. It can be done easily enough with a Bluetooth Mouse or keyboard. It can come in handy when you have to make a big presentation on a stage in front of many people or you are lazing about on your couch catching up on some news or catching an exciting game by linking up your monitor to the television. If you are planning on doing all this then you need to factor in the comfort factor.