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Logitech Touch Mouse App

Logitech Touch Mouse App (Images courtesy Logitech)
By Andrew Liszewski

And speaking of wireless ways to control your PC, Logitech has released a free iPhone App, available from the iTunes App Store right now, that turns your iPhone or iPod Touch into a wireless keyboard and track pad. The app works over wi-fi, so its range is only limited by your wi-fi network, and Logitech seems to be positioning it as an easier way to control your computer or laptop while it’s hooked up to a TV, particularly since anything you type will also appear on the iPhone/Touch’s display, meaning you don’t have to keep looking up. If you’re interested in giving it a go you’ll also have to download the Touch Mouse Server software for your PC, but other than that it looks pretty easy to get running.

[ Logitech - New: Logitech Touch Mouse Turns Your iPhone or iPod Touch into a Wireless Trackpad and Keyboard ] VIA [ Gizmodo ]








  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Andres-Felipe-Barros/18707048 Andrés Felipe Barros

    My computer already has a keyboard. I want one of these for my PS3!

  • http://jordanrunning.com/ Jordan Running

    I haven't tried this, but I have tried Mobile Air Mouse and have been more than happy. It's very extensible (e.g. you can create keymaps and shortcuts for your favorite apps) and, at least judging by the screenshots above, it has a somewhat more elegant interface.

  • am4106

    Will I be able to controle my iPad with my iPhone? :)

  • jldugger

    BlueMaemo seems like a hell of a lot easier / useful. Am I missing something?

  • baggyklown

    there's already an app for that
    http://www.mobileairmouse.com/

    and it has media and internet controls too

  • Jessicat

    There is an app for everything. So I would think it's only good for slow usage. Seeing as it's not ergonomically.

  • Jessicat

    There is an app for everything. So I would think it's only good for slow usage. Seeing as it's not ergonomically.