By Shane McGlaun
Whatever you plan to do with your computer, there is usually a peripheral made just for the task. If you want to game there are a myriad of gaming mice on the market and if you just want to do boring old computer work, there are peripherals for that too.
Bella has announced a new wireless mouse called the HD Mouse that is aimed at professional and amateur video editors. The mouse is designed for multimedia users and includes software that allows the user to program mouse movements to act like gesture commands. The mouse has 1600dpi of sensitivity and a wireless range of up to 26 feet.
An example is that you can program functions for moving the mouse in the X and Y axis to function like a jog/shuttle control. The software also allows all of the buttons on the HD Mouse to be programmed with macros or keystrokes. Compatibility for the mouse is with both Windows and Mac computers and it is set to ship in May for $69.95.
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