Genius Ring ultra portable Mouse

Accessory company Genius, has released their iF award-winning gadget, which can be wear as a ring on your finger and allowing you to control your PC or laptop.

The Ring Mouse packs a 2.4GHz receiver inside, giving you wireless control of up to 10 meters and uses patented touch-control technology for scrolling with up to 1000 dpi movement sensitivity. It also has two small buttons that act as the left and right mouse buttons,  and a built-in rechargeable Li-Ion battery. The little rodent comes with Pico USB receiver, hard-shell carrying case and is bundled also with ioMedia software that along with multimedia control like play/pause, fast forward/rewind in Windows Media Player, provides control and in applications like IE, Windows Picture and Fax Viewer, and Adobe Reader.

Genius Ring Mouse

If you like it, can be yours for $69.99.

Genius Ring Mouse

Genius Ring Mouse

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