Logitech Cube

The Logitech Cube is a wireless mouse designed with presentations in mind. As well as functioning as a standard mouse, it detects when it's being held in the air, switching into "presenter mode." In presenter mode, you can take advantage of its touch-sensitive surface to scroll through slides, and use its built-in laser pointer.

  • Status: Available
  • Availability date: January 2012
  • Price at launch: $69.99

What You Need To Know

  • The Logitech Cube is expected to go on sale in January 2012.

Verge Review

When you first set eyes on the Logitech Cube Mouse, you'll immediately think one of two things: "That's not a cube." "What is that tiny thing?" At just about an inch wide, two inches long and half an inch thick, the mouse looks and feels more like a chubby pencil eraser than a device to control a cursor on screen. Sit one next to one of the company's wireless travel mice — which are themselves pretty small — and it's still utterly dwarfed by the larger peripheral. It fits into any pocket...

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Basic Specs

OS compatibility OS X, Windows
Tracking type Laser

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Tech Specs

Hardware
Color Black / Silver, White / Silver
OS compatibility OS X, Windows
Portable Yes
Mouse
Wireless Yes
Touch surface Yes
Tracking type Laser
Battery
Built-in rechargeable Yes
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