The G-Cube V-Track 310 will get you noticed, not just because of the brilliant red colour of the body but also because the mouse can handle gesture input. Some of its features seem more at home on a gaming mouse, with five DPI settings from 800 to 2000 as well as a modifiable report rate make this more than just a mobile mouse. That is not to imply G-Cube skimped on the wireless connectivity, the transmitter is good up to 30′ so even in a large room this would function perfectly with an HTPC. Benchmark Reviews had mixed results from the gestures, some functions worked, some didn’t and some just seemed useless but overall they rated it highly for someone who wants more options from a wireless mouse.
"Wireless mice are also becoming the de facto standard along with macro software that further enhances productivity, while at the same time, decreasing repetitive clicking. In the continuing spirit of bringing you the latest and sometimes the greatest, Benchmark Reviews will analyze the new G-Cube V-Track 310 2.4Hz Wireless Mouse. The G-Cube V-Track 310 boasts sixteen macro "Gestures" for the right button, with a multitude of actions per gesture, two options for vertical and horizontal scrolling, four DPI settings, three report rates, and it’s wireless. It also comes in four colors, Red, Blue, Green, and Black. "
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