The mouse has been around for a long time and is the most common way that computer users navigate their machines and online. In some instances, a mouse isn’t the best tool for the job, like when you are trying to control an HTPCmachine in the living room without a desk. A new mouse called the WeraMouse V2 is now available that is perfect for use when there is no desk available.
The WeraMouse has a trackball on top and the mouse is worn on the finger like a ring. Two buttons and a scroll wheel are located under the trackball. Power for the WeraMouse comes from an internal Li-ion battery good for up to 28 hours of use per charge.
Fully recharging the battery takes 1.5 hours and the wireless device has an 8-meter range. No software or drivers are required to use the WeraMouse and it needs no computer settings modification to operate. Right and left-handed users can use the mouse. Pricing is $99 and it is available now.
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