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Amenbo uses all five fingers for computer input

Amenbo uses all five fingers for computer input

Generally, the input we all use for our computers is a single point. Sure, we can get track pads that sense gestures and multiple fingers as well as touchscreens that allow for multiple finger input. However, for the most part we all use a mouse that has only one point of input. A company called Double Research & Development Co has unveiled a new input device that looks more than a little like a mouse and allows all five fingers to support computer input.

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appBlaster turns iPhone into motion-sensitive AR gaming gun

appBlaster turns iPhone into motion-sensitive AR gaming gun

Every thought that gaming on your iPhone or iPod touch is simply too discrete, and that not enough of the people around you realize you're playing shooter games rather than responding to Very Important Emails? apptoyz has just the thing, with its appBlaster gun: designed to hold your iPhone and give you a something to hold on to while you play Alien Attack [iTunes link], the gun chassis works much as we've seen Wiimote peripherals do in the past.

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Kensington Orbit Wireless Mobile Trackball up for pre-order

Kensington Orbit Wireless Mobile Trackball up for pre-order

If you say Kensington to me, I automatically think about the notebook locks and the little port for those locks that is on just about every small computer on the market to keep them from being stolen. Kensington makes a lot more than just notebook locks though with a full range of peripherals and other stuff. The latest peripheral to come out of Kensington is the Orbit Wireless Mobile Trackball.

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Logitech outs iPad and Honeycomb tablet accessories

Logitech outs iPad and Honeycomb tablet accessories

Logitech has outed a fulsome bevy of tablet accessories, with a choice of wireless keyboards, keyboard docks, speaker systems and more for your iPad or Android slate. Unsurprisingly, perhaps, given Logitech's peripheral obsessions, text-entry does monopolize the new range: there's the Logitech Tablet Keyboard for iPad ($69.99), a folding Bluetooth 'board and stand, and the Tablet Keyboard for Android 3.0+ ($69.99) which offers the same for Honeycomb.

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HP WiFi Mobile Mouse bypasses Bluetooth

HP WiFi Mobile Mouse bypasses Bluetooth

HP is the largest computer maker in the world and the company has a bunch of very nice machines to its credit. The thing that most people will know from HP is its notebooks, but HP also has a line of accessories and desktop computers among other things that are popular. HP has announced some cool new peripherals today, one of them is especially intriguing, and it is called the HP WiFi Mouse. As you can gather from the name, the mouse doesn't need a USB port or Bluetooth to operate.

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Nexus makes a mouse that has no noisy click

Nexus makes a mouse that has no noisy click

If you work in an office where you have lots of people sitting very close to you it may drive you crazy that most mice and keyboards are so noisy. If you want a mouse that makes no noise at all, that can be hard to find. Every mouse I have ever used has made clicking sounds when you hit a button or scroll the mouse wheel.

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