V-Mouse A Pen-style 1000dpi Mouse

Posted: Feb 28 2004, 5:03pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:19pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
V-Mouse a Pen-style 1000dpi Mouse
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Japan's Tec Co. Ltd. offers a new input device that combines mouse and pen features with a high input resolution.

The V-Mouse VM-101 features a resolution of 1000dpi which is pretty high. Normal mice have up to 800dpi. The pen design allows for right and left hand usage. The high resolution makes it especially interesting for graphic artists. The V-Mouse can be operated in a small area. The pen-style mouse connects via USB to a PC. The drivers supports all windows Operating systems and also Apple is supported.
More details on Tec Product Page.

The V-Mouse is available in Japan for 3,980yen.

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