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Articles tagged with: mouse

Canon’s X Mark I Mouse

Looks like the imaging giant Canon has now jumped into the PC industry. After all, the PC industry is a rich platform to invest in. That is why Canon has recently released a mouse for desktops and notebooks. It’s a three-in-one device, featuring a calculator, a complete numeric pad and a laser pointing mouse.

Wait a second, before you might think that this mouse is going to be a brick’s size, think again. It is actually a pretty cool device and its size is almost the same as an average desktop mouse. Moreover it’s compatible with both Windows and Mac. The mouse features a 1200 dpi laser for cursor control, a 10 digit display and 23 buttons including a backspace key as well.

Upgrade Your Entertainment System For $200

AMEX Digital has just introduced an awesome new HD media player that runs the Android operating system and ships with a clean 500GB hard drive. Named the MP-G7, it runs on a dual core ARM Cortex processor and has Full HD accelerator graphics.

If you’ve been looking to upgrade your home entertainment system that you purchased new in the 90s, this may be your opportunity to do so! The device lets you browse the web, play basic games, and gives you the option to enjoy your apps right by your big screen TV.

Gigabyte’s ECO500 Wireless Gaming Mouse

The new Gigabyte ECO500 is an awesome new wireless mouse that uses only two AA batteries and provides up to 12 months of battery life. When used with rechargeable batteries, the mouse should last for about 2-5 years with moderate to heavy use.

The mouse itself is equipped with a 1600 DPI (dots per inch) laser sensor. The mouse also has five programmable buttons for customized gaming. With rubber grips on the sides, and a shiny black coating, the ECO500 uses 2.4GHz wireless technology that can work up to 10 meters away from the device.

Game Emulators Yanked From Android Market

Game emulators are programs that are available for download through mobile, desktop, and laptop devices, that allow users to simulate game consoles and play games they enjoy without having to pay for the console. The player usually just plays the game through mouse and keyboard instead of controller, but one could easily configure a game controller by obtaining the right hardware and software.

A third party Android app developer by the name of Yong Zhang has recently had his popular game console emulators yanked out of the Android market. His entire selection of apps was removed without warning.