In the past twenty years
It's been five years in my computer and sometimes I wonder why the box doesn't give me back.
I don't want love, I don't even want a box of chocolates (
This is good though)
Just makes me think it's not just one-
Way relationship: give the box, give the box, and get no return.
Tired of selfish computers, we started looking for devices that work outside the box: a new camera that follows us;
A mouse and a Dragon Sound
The pad combination that provides us with feedback . . . . . . Wait.
From "cool" to "creepy", Logitech quick Cam tracks describe the range of this small camera.
"This is a video conferencing/webcam that actually tracks your actions.
So when you're always swinging back and forth in a chair during a video conference call or online chat, the camera's lens rotates and tilts inside the spherical house to capture your every move.
We like how it successfully tracks our little moves. . .
That is to say, as long as the light is not too bright.
We found the fault that Logitech said was being fixed.
Of course, we had the puppy work under the studio lights, so it was not surprising that it found the lights more interesting than my face.
Think about it, my producer said the same thing. $125.
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You can get this $40 optical mouse with "force feedback" in most games instead of spending a lot of money on the joystick of the game. . .
Anyway, give you the feeling of fighting.
Even if you get stuck with the mouse instead of the usual gaming device, the little rumble actually gets you into the game.
The technology behind this device and other similar devices is Immersion, the leader in force feedback technology.
We can only wonder if Immersion's office chair will shake and move depending on the phone or email
Mail received by employeesVery cool.
3 Dconnexion Space TravelerI has been playing on my left hand.
It's always my right when I create something wonderful on my computer --
Mouse to complete all work.
My left hand sits there like a dead fish until I need it to type all the letters of G. But no more!
This short and thick little stick gives my left hand the chance to get up from the bench and get into the game.
The attached test software allowed me to practice the left hand skills of moving chicken, flying a jet or jumping around a small cube.
I'm not 100% sure this will work for the regular department, but if there's a way for employees to use twice the input device on their hands, someone will come up with a killer app
It will cost $600 now, but similar technologies will soon be found that will be more in line with the budget of ordinary people.
Wacom Graphire 3 tablet, pen and musemi producer left-handed. . .
That makes him more creative, he said. Whatever.
The point is that since he first learned to use a computer, the mouse he used is on the right.
So, he adapted.
That's what the producers do.
But when he has to do graphic work or computer drawing, he can only use his "no"so-
Skilled right hand, because this is how he programmed.
But now, thanks to the extremely nimble Wacom tablet, he can touch pictures, draw and sketch with a pen like a left champion. .
Not a square little mouse.
Most importantly, the 4x5 version only costs $100, and the 6x8 tablet only costs $200.
Each comes with all the software you need to start fixing your home pictures.
We like this thing very much.
There's nothing left.
Words of praise
There is a clever little device here.
It's actually a series of devices.
Basically, it's a keyboard base where you can place custom keyboards based on your favorite app. Use Photoshop?
Forget to learn keyboard shortcuts. . .
Just pop it up on the Photoshop keyboard and they're all around you.
The same is true for Word and many other programs and games.
The keyboard is $25 and $17 per custom layout. Not bad.
In general, we like the fact that some peripherals will give us what we want: reassuring touch, quick browsing, maybe just a little bit of understanding.
Are you asking too much?