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Earlier this year we looked at three touch sensitive portable mice from the likes of Mad Catz, SpeedLink and Microsoft. Ultimately I chose Microsoft's Arc Touch as my favorite because it was the most aesthetically pleasing and comfortable to use of the trio.
Microsoft has since provided us with another touch-based rodent, the Explorer Touch Mouse, featuring a more traditional shape complete with a uniform glossy paint job and a simplistic layout. In addition, MS claims the Explorer Touch will go 18 months before needing fresh batteries.
Today we'll be looking at three mice that aren’t necessarily as high-end or feature-packed as some we have previously tested.
These wireless mice are smaller and simpler in what they entail, yet they all feature one distinct characteristic – touch sensitivity. Meet the contenders: Microsoft’s Arc Touch, Mad Catz's Eclipse touchmouse, and SpeedLink’s Cue Wireless Multitouch.
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