The touch mouse is a species very different from gaming mice, eschewing total size as well as the number of buttons to provide a very mobile but still functional mouse. The main solution that these mice use is to incorporate the functionality of a touch pad, like those found on laptops, directly onto the mouse. TechSpot grabbed three of the main contenders, Microsoft’s Arc Touch, Mad Catz’s Eclipse, and SpeedLink’s Cue Wireless Multitouch to see how well these mice do the job.
"When it comes to input peripherals and more specifically pointing devices, the options available to the end user are near limitless. Our most recent mouse reviews and roundups have had a heavy focus on gamers and enthusiasts, but it’s important to remember that not everyone falls into these particular demographics.
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."
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