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Hands-on with Logitech Cube mouseLogitech Cube mouse offers clicks in a box. Gone are contoured molding and mechanical buttons, replaced in the Cube with a rectangular design and touch-sensitivity.
Hi. I'm Rich Brown with CNET. We're here at CES 2012 and right here, I've got the Logitech Cube Mouse. Now, we actually saw this a couple of weeks ago, but the pictures we got from the Logitech's (PRP?) made this look much, much bigger than it is. We didn't realized it is basically the size of a matchbox car. So what this is, is a wireless mouse, it's designed for travel obviously. Now, aside from it's size, one unique feature about this mouse is that also doubles as a presentation device. When you lift it off of the surface, you can use these buttons to advance a slide show, flip it over, you press the same button to advance backwards. This is a little bit of motion detection going on there as obviously, it is designed for the presenters, travelers, mostly due it's small size. It's rechargeable, you can see those little charging port here in the side and that's the power button right there. So this mouse will sell for 69.99 and it's due out by the end of the month. I'm Rich Brown. This is the Logitech Cube Mouse here at CES.