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postheadericon Shogun Bros. Chameleon X-1 review: the mouse that’s a gamepad, too

Peanut butter and jelly. Gin and tonic. Peaches and cream. Some strange combinations make perfect sense paired, but how about the mouse and the PC gamepad? Those two items are what a Hong Kong peripheral manufacturer decided to combine, and the result was the Shogun Bros. Chameleon X-1 — a gaming mouse you can flip to find twelve buttons and two miniature analog sticks on the bottom. It works as a gamepad, sure enough, and functions as a one-handed multimedia remote too. But is it any good? We’ve used it as our primary peripheral for over a week, and after the break, we’ll tell you.

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Shogun Bros. Chameleon X-1 review: the mouse that’s a gamepad, too originally appeared on Engadget on Sat, 22 Jan 2011 12:30:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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postheadericon Logitech Wireless Mouse M515 works on sofas for up to two years without recharge, stays lint free

Sure, lots of mice, ok, most mice can be coddled to work on fabric. But it takes a company with a dedicated mousing portfolio the size of Logitech’s to design a mouse specifically for use on the sofa. See, the Logitech Wireless Mouse M515 features a sealed bottom case that lets you mouse around on soft surfaces without snagging. That means it won’t collect bits of fuzz around the sensor when dragging it across the couch, bed, or a trouser-clad thigh. Naturally, it can also be used on more traditional computing surfaces, too. The M515 boasts up to two-years of battery life thanks, in part, to a hand-detection sensor that causes the mouse to sleep anytime it’s not being held. Rounding out the list of features is Logitech’s Hyper-Fast scrolling wheel and Unifying USB micro receiver required for the laptop or home theater PC you wish to control. Look for the M515 to ship to Europe in April for £49.99 — that’s about $80 converted, but you’ll likely find it for a lot less whenever it hits US retail.

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Logitech Wireless Mouse M515 works on sofas for up to two years without recharge, stays lint free originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 21 Jan 2011 05:18:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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postheadericon Sanwa trots out a multitouch mouse of its own, the MA-TOUCH1

Not so fond of the Magic Mouse, are you? How’s about a flattened version, sans Bluetooth? That’s exactly what we’re being presented with here, as Sanwa’s MA-TOUCH1 looks like the lovechild of Apple’s own multitouch critter and Logitech’s M505. In truth, the only real design cue this guy snags from the Logi is its Unifying Receiver, signifying that it relies on wireless USB rather than BT. The design scheme is definitely of interest — rather than being curved to fit the shape of a relaxed palm, it’s totally flat up top, supporting four-direction scrolling and two-finger swipes. She’s on sale now in four different colors (red, white, black and silver), with ¥4,300 ($52) standing between you and something you may or may not ever actually use to control your cursor.

Sanwa trots out a multitouch mouse of its own, the MA-TOUCH1 originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 28 Dec 2010 19:31:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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postheadericon Sanwa trots out a multitouch mouse of its own, the MA-TOUCH1

Not so fond of the Magic Mouse, are you? How’s about a flattened version, sans Bluetooth? That’s exactly what we’re being presented with here, as Sanwa’s MA-TOUCH1 looks like the lovechild of Apple’s own multitouch critter and Logitech’s M505. In truth, the only real design cue this guy snags from the Logi is its Unifying Receiver, signifying that it relies on wireless USB rather than BT. The design scheme is definitely of interest — rather than being curved to fit the shape of a relaxed palm, it’s totally flat up top, supporting four-direction scrolling and two-finger swipes. She’s on sale now in four different colors (red, white, black and silver), with ¥4,300 ($52) standing between you and something you may or may not ever actually use to control your cursor.

Sanwa trots out a multitouch mouse of its own, the MA-TOUCH1 originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 28 Dec 2010 19:31:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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