Who doesn't love a good wireless mouse? Free from wires that tangle, it can soar across your desktop, free as a bird. We tested five of the best on the market, and while they were all good, there can be only one Bestmodo.
What PC accessories should put on your must-have list for 2011? The ones you should borrow, beg for, and steal (ok, maybe not steal) from all of your tech-savvy friends? These ones.
Touch screens are allowing us to break free from mouses and cursors and interact with the things we see on our displays more directly. But maybe the mouse just needed an overhaul—here's how the latest spherical one works.
It would be hard to convince me to shell out $80 for Asus's WX-DL wireless touch mouse before actually holding one—I'm having flashbacks to another circular input puck here—but I can always respect a company trying something weird.
When Toyota gave the iQ, their tiny new four-seater, the tagline "nimble as a mouse," they were probably referring to the cheese-loving rodent. But just to cover all the bases, they turned one into a giant, functioning computer mouse, too.
If being apart from the familiar accoutrements of your preferred desktop environment leaves you anxious and disoriented, these 8-Bit Hangers should make that loathsome meatspace you reluctantly call "home" a little more tolerable.
Both the keyboard and mouse of the Logitech Wireless Desktop MK710 purportedly get a ridiculously hearty three years of battery life. Between that and its concave keyboard: that's some weird voodoo, Logitech.
From the same folks who built the undeniably fantastic Ravage transforming USB drive we saw a few days ago, this 800-dpi Trypticon laser mouse is, quite simply, a more formidable Decepticon, and a better gadget.