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USB Finger Mouse Optical Laptop Notebook PC 1200DPI

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  • 100% Brand new high quality USB finger optical mouse
  • Resolution: 1200 dpi for quick and precise movement.
  • USB interface, also works for PS/2 (adapter not included)
  • Digital encoder technology, operate precisely, prevent faulty movement effectively
  • Strap to your finger or hold like a pencil for easy use!
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Product Details

Color: Black
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0010HE6LG
  • Item model number: TOOGOO
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (362 customer reviews)

Product Description

Color: Black

100% Brand new high quality USB finger optical mouse. Resolution: 1200 dpi for quick and precise movement USB interface, also works for PS/2 (adapter not included). Plug and play, no installation needed 3 buttons with scroll wheel. Digital encoder technology, operate precisely, prevent faulty movement effectively. No mouse pad required. Sliding on any surface Suitable for both right and left hand user. Textile coating cable (not rubber coating) - enhance free and easy movement. Compatible with MS Windows 98/2000/me/XP/Vista Mac OS 9 and above.


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Customer Reviews

It works on any surface!
M. Perpina
This was the mouse I used when I was web surfing because it don't like my laptop touchpad.
Honey
It didn't work ......its a piece of garbage ....upset I waisted my money..
lisa Boggs

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

77 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Violet on April 30, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This pointing device is a bit of an odd duck. It was very cheap so I ordered it without fully understanding how it worked. What I was looking for was a mouse that would move based on your finger moving across a surface. Sort of like a touchpad without the pad, if you will.

What it actually does is turn an optical mouse on its side. The movement is not really determined by your finger but by where the optical sensor is, and it has to be very close to the material. It also suffers the same drawbacks with material that optical mice have so I can't exactly drag it across my bedsheet and hope that it will work.

The sensitivity is way too much when plugging it in to your computer. On my windows machine I had to turn the sensitivity way down to be able to use it at all because it shot across the screen. On my Linux computer the axis seemed to be inverted. There's also the mindset shift you have to do when clicking the mouse buttons vertically with your thumb.

The good thing about this is that if you have a solid surface and you select the right sensitivity settings on your computer you can sort of use this as a cheap wacom tablet.

I don't think I'll use this long term but it does have its uses.
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68 of 73 people found the following review helpful By RGM on June 7, 2010
Color Name: Black
After using the mouse for the past hour, I have to disagree with much of the criticism that I've read about this mouse. I like the little guy.

Now, please realize that it's not perfect: it takes a little playing with and getting used to. However, for its size and the cost, it's a good gadget for surfing (but not a lot of typing).

For me, the biggest drawback is trying to do much typing while wearing it. But it'll operate on most surfaces and at any angle, so your leg, couch, or what-have-you can be viable mouse pads.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By K. Schroeder on July 7, 2012
Color Name: Black
I was looking to try something new mouse-wise. I saw this advertised cheap, and though I didn't understand exactly how it worked, I wanted to give it a spin and see what it could do for me. I wanted a mouse that didn't require a "pad", and the description of this one said something like "Use it on your pants leg!" For $5, I figured, "What did I have to lose?"

Yes, it will respond if used on a pant leg. But the response will be very imprecise, and will not be practical. In order to use this mouse you need to have its "eye" pressed flush up against a smooth, firm, mouse-pad like surface. Otherwise it will jump around the screen, and cause no end of difficulty.

Also, although the description suggested a person could still type while wearing it, that is ridiculous: in order to type anything more than my first name I have to physically remove the mouse from my hand, complete typing, and then reattach it once again. Back and forth.

Lastly, although I have been using it now for maybe two or three weeks, it has developed a crack in the cable right where it enters the housing... and right where my right index finger's middle knuckle rests against it. Now the wires are becoming exposed, and my knuckle is irritated.

I have been freed from my laptop's built-in touchpad mouse. Great. Where can I get an alternative that will still allow me precision of movement and doesn't require a pad? And that won't break after two weeks? In that sense, my search goes on... But I'll give it 3 stars for what it CAN do!

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Several months have passed, and I am still using this mouse. But there have been developments...

...The cracks I noticed earlier started occurring all along the cord.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Geri on April 27, 2012
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I have been using this mouse for just over a month. I really like the mouse....but unfortunately it is so poorly constructed it is a waste of money.

Pro's: It works on virtually any surface. Can easily control your computer when desk space is non-existent. Use it on a pants leg, couch seat or even your arm.

Con's: It is poorly designed/constructed.
The band that wraps around your finger causes irritation.
The USB wire is way too short (you will most likely need a USB extender)
The buttons break

The first one I ordered arrived with a broken right mouse button. The cover to the right button was broken off.
The replacement mouse has worked for 1 month plus a few days and now its right mouse button is broken. I saw how easy the buttons break so I have been using it like it was made of glass. It simply can't handle normal use.

My limited desktop area requires me to find an alternative to a standard mouse. I hate the laptop touch pad. A track ball will not work well without a flat level area to set it. The finger mouse would have been a perfect solution. <sigh>

If they fixed the above issues, I would be willing to pay $30.00 for this mouse. I really like it. Unfortunately it now lives in the garbage. Don't waste your money.
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23 of 29 people found the following review helpful By C. Fortuno on January 21, 2012
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This thing is practically free and I think it's a great little tool. I can run it on my pants leg and it will work, so it's great when I don't want to have my arm high.

The scroll is a bit hard to reach, but the buttons are in the perfect place, assuming you are right handed (thumb position matters for reaching them).

I actualy scroll with my other hand so I don't stretch my thumb out and fatigue it too much, because you CAN reach the scroll if you stretch a bit and I don't want to. Or I just use the mouse as normal.

You know, the quality of this is pretty awesome for the price, the only worrisome thing is the red reflection light inside is not covered by any sort of protective window, so, if you ever reach a pen in there you could easily bend your light.

I don't see this as an always-mouse, that's why I love it. It's just a way to vary your arm position, which muscles you use, etc. The buttons are easy to press and it's a fun change.

For the price, unbeatable. I would buy it at this price even just because it's fun to show people.
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