Speedlink Multitouch

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Speedlink Multitouch

The mouse looks like it’s been designed with aesthetics in mind, this one with it’s two-tone colour scheme and clean lines.  It’s also fairly small.


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The surface of the mouse is what where the magic happens.  Although it is quite a small mouse there’s enough room to carry out the gestures.


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The front surface of the mouse has two standard click buttons, but instead of having 2 physical buttons to press down onto them it just uses the single top surface of the mouse, with a small line drawn on to indicate that these are supposed to be two buttons.

The bottom of the mouse comes off to reveal the battery bay for the two AAA batteries supplied. The on/off switch is also on the bottom.

The USB receiver you get with it is tiny, essentially just a USB connector with a tiny plastic piece you can use to grip it.


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As you can see it’s less than half the height of a AAA battery.


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Last modified: February 15, 2011

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