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The FTIR (Frustrated Total Internal Reflection) Mouse

The Orb Mouse

The Cap Mouse

The Side Mouse

The Arty (Articulated) Mouse

The FTIR mouse brings a touch-sensitive input surface on your desktop.
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The FTIR (Frustrated Total Internal Reflection) Mouse

The Orb Mouse

The Cap Mouse

The Side Mouse

The Arty (Articulated) Mouse

The Orb Mouse is designed to capture touch input from all five fingers.
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The FTIR (Frustrated Total Internal Reflection) Mouse

The Orb Mouse

The Cap Mouse

The Side Mouse

The Arty (Articulated) Mouse

The Cap Mouse seems designed for precise input.
Updated: / Caption: / Photo: Microsoft
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The FTIR (Frustrated Total Internal Reflection) Mouse

The Orb Mouse

The Cap Mouse

The Side Mouse

The Arty (Articulated) Mouse

The Side Mouse uses motion detection to register finger movements around its perimeter.
Updated: / Caption: / Photo: Microsoft
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The FTIR (Frustrated Total Internal Reflection) Mouse

The Orb Mouse

The Cap Mouse

The Side Mouse

The Arty (Articulated) Mouse

The Arty Mouse lets you move two input points independently.
Updated: / Caption: / Photo: Microsoft
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