The FTIR (Frustrated Total Internal Reflection) Mouse

The FTIR mouse brings a touch-sensitive input surface on your desktop.
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The Orb Mouse

The Orb Mouse is designed to capture touch input from all five fingers.
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The Cap Mouse

The Cap Mouse seems designed for precise input.
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The Side Mouse

The Side Mouse uses motion detection to register finger movements around its perimeter.
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The Arty (Articulated) Mouse

The Arty Mouse lets you move two input points independently.
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