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Once enabled, when you interact with your desktop and mluseman gentle vibrations tell you whenever you have moved over a clickable button or icon. CNET’s best of It’ll give you a lot more certainty about when the pointer’s on some small screen feature, and when it isn’t. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Maybe they’ve made some other pointing device that really does have proper force feedback, but this ain’t it.
Logitech iFeel MouseMan
Now, if you don’t see too well, a buzzy twangy clicky mouse could be very handy indeed. And if my grandmother had wheels, she’d be a wagon. OK, maybe it kind of helps people, especially new users, if they get definite feedback when they’ve moved the pointer onto ifeeo they can click. There’s a problem loading this menu at the moment.
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Logitech 930525-0403 iFeel Mouse –
The MouseMan further imitates the Explorer with its tail-light – an internal blue LED that illuminates the Logitech logo on the back of the mouse, and casts a dim glow out through the translucent side of the mouse.
They use Immersion ‘s TouchSense technology, that’s what they do. Marketing gibberish aside, I was interested to see what use a buzzing mouse could be.
Microsoft Wireless Mouse. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. As it’s optical you never have to worry about dirt on the ball, and it will never be unsmooth for you. Servomotors inside them let them push back against the user, for a more realistic feel. By default, Immersion Desktop just gives you basic clicks and buzzes, but it can do a lot more than that. By utilising Immersion’s TouchSense technology, the iFeel MouseMan reacts with gentle vibrations as you move over web links, dialogue boxes and pull-down menus, making tasks easier, more intuitive and compelling.
A cool two-tone blue finish, complete with blue light that illuminates the logo, combines with smooth ergonomic lines that provide both comfort and a sleek style.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. The best known such mouses are Microsoft’s current optical models, but various manufacturers have them and they’re all actually based on Hewlett-Packard technology.
Review: Logitech iFeel mouses
Logitech iFeel mouses Review date: Have one to sell? The mouses don’t do anything special in games that take advantage of the other TouchSense gadgets.
Logitech said it hopes to find a ready audience with older people, who don’t have an innate understanding of the mouse; children, who will thrill to the vibrating novelty; and everyone in between. Maybe you’ll love it.
Consumers will be able to buy the mice in stores and on Web sites, including Logitech’sin mid- to late September. It’s even less symmetrical than the Intellimouse Explorer.
Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. The Logitech mouse has an extra dimension in the form of the Immersion TouchSense technology built into it. But Immersion allege that a tactile feedback mouse is “sixty million times better” than an ordinary one. Not many games, to be honest.