Swiftpoint Mouse

  • Swiftpoint Mouse
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Based on 11 scores, 19 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    2
  • Good:
    3
  • Average:
    4
  • Bad:
    2

Pros:

  • Very portable, Super fast charging feature, Left, Right and Scroll wheel, Can use directly on laptop's surface
  • Slick design combines charger with transmitter, Supereasy scrolling.
  • Small enough to use on a laptop wrist rest; fast to charge; on/off touch sensor; charges off its USB receiver

Cons:

  • May be too small for large hands, Location of scroll wheel may not be optimal
  • Pen-style grip may feel awkward in some hands

Expert reviews and ratings

By Computerworld on -

The Swiftpoint is one of the strangest and smallest mice covered here, but it's also one of the most useful. It was designed specifically to work with...

By Expert Reviews on 80

If you find conventional laptop mice are too bulky and touchpads unwieldy, the Swiftpoint is the portable mouse for you...

By The Gadgeteer on -

The Swiftpoint Mouse is made for those of you that love your laptop, but don’t love using the touchpad while you’re working with the computer on your lap. The Swiftpoint is a very small wireless mouse that you can use directly on your laptop’s...

By hardwarezone.com.sg on -

With every new product, especially one that attempts to re-imagine the tried and tested, there is always a learning-curve. The Swiftpoint mouse may fare better in tight spaces, but the radical changes can be off-putting enough to deter mass...

By BCCHardware on 87

After passing the SwiftPoint mouse around the office it's not for everybody. Some will reject it because it looks weird, and it feels funny. Others won't work with it long enough to find their comfort grip. Left handers may find a way to use it,...

By theregister.co.uk on 70

Overall, the Futuremouse is very nicely crafted piece of kit, Christmas-cracker-sized but built like real jewellery. Priced like real jewellery too, alas. For the money you could opt buy a couple of standard bulk wireless mice from decent brands, but...

By Macworld UK on 80

The Swiftpoint attempts to offer a completely new approach to using a mouse with your laptop. This mouse uses the laptop’s wrist rest as a mouse pad making the entire unit ultra compact; yet it doesn’t feel too small unless you have sausage fingers!...

By itreviews.com on -

Quirky mouse designs don't work for everyone, and at £49 the Swiftpoint mouse could turn out to be a pricey gamble. Certainly, it's better suited to smaller hands - and a non-starter for left-handed users. For others, we'd certainly suggest giving it...

By PC Advisor on 70

The Swiftpoint Mouse's scrollwheel feature really makes this gadget stand out among the pack. If you don't mind holding a pen, the unique style of this mouse may work well for you. But if you find a tight, compact grip awkward, you may want to look...

By Macworld on 50

The scrollwheel feature really makes this gadget stand out among the pack. If you don't mind holding a pen, the unique style of this mouse may work well for you. But if you find a tight, compact grip awkward, you may want to look elsewhere. See more...

By Good Gear Guide on 50

The Swiftpoint Mouse boasts an innovative design and one of the most versatile scrolling mechanisms we've seen, but the required finger position--similar to the grip of a pen--may be uncomfortable for long-term use....

By MadShrimps on -

It took me a while to get used to the Swiftpoint mouse, considering that its shape is a lot different compared to most mice on the market; its pen-like grip seems to eliminate most of the common problems that exist at small normal-shaped mice...

By PCWorld New Zealand on 70

The box claims the New Zealand-designed Swiftpoint is “the mouse that will change the way you use your laptop… forever”. I wouldn’t go quite that far, but it’s certainly an innovation worthy of note.Touchpads are a pain; when I travel, I travel with a...

By Computerworld on -

The Swiftpoint optical mouse is a strangely shaped little device that resembles something you'd find at New York's Museum of Modern Art. But there is method in this madness: The mouse provides mobile computer users with a tiny, lightweight but...

By Computer Shopper on 88

The top mobile mouse we’ve seen, the SwiftPoint is great for commuters and travelers who don’t like laptop touch pads....

By Engadget on -

It's funny and a bit ironic that while companies like Apple are trying to make mice more like touchpads, Swiftpoint has birthed a mouse that's got the portability and efficiency of a touchpad. For the touchpad-haters of the world or those who simply...

International Review By Datormagazin on -

Den känns ganska bakvänd till en början, men det tar inte så lång tid att bli förtjust i den.Många är de som inte kan arbeta effektivt med en bärbar dators pekplatta och febrilt letat efter en mus som kan ersätta den. Swiftpoint kan vara lösningen....

International Review By computertotaal.nl on 70

Als u liever een muis gebruikt dan uw touchpad, dan is de Swiftpoint Mouse een interessant product. Hij is klein genoeg om zelfs op uw notebook te gebruiken, zodat u overal kunt ‘muizen’. De muis is comfortabel en zit vol handigheidjes waardoor hij...

International Review By log.com.tr on 80

TASARIMKULLANIM KOLAYLIĞIPERFORMANSARTILAR Mıknatıslı sabitleme aksesuarı ile geliyor.EKSİLER Her yüzeyde çalışmayabiliyor.TEKNİK ÖZELLİKLERKablosuz Alıcı • 10 metrePil Ömrü • 2-4 haftaÇözünürlük • 1000 dpiİşletim Sistemi • Windows 7, Windows Vista •...