Description: It's hard to impress anyone with a mouse, but Logitech's Cube makes a good effort, and largely succeeds. It's small – three fingers wide and two deep. It works with any Bluetooth device, scrolls with a swipe of the finger and shifts easily into a handheld controller for PowerPoint presentations with a range of up to 85 feet. Downsides include buttons that can be hard to find and a touch-sensitive surface that makes it easy to scroll by accident.
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