The Cube is a mouse that's super easy to write off. It looks like Logitech started at square one and stopped there: it's just a box, nothing doing. If you're in the market for a travel mouse, however, you'd be doing yourself a disservice, as the Cube makes a lot of sense once you see it.
Brando, a company that seems to be able to churn out anything and everything is back with the "USB 'BIG' Mouse" — an oversized mouse that'll look absolutely ridiculous on any desk and next to any keyboard.
Have we met before? If Logitech's Wireless Touchpad looks familiar, that's because it is. It's the Windows/PC version of Apple's mouse-killing Magic Trackpad — only fatter, cheaper and made with more plastic.
30 years ago today, Xerox launched what's generally considered to be the world's first commercially available computer mouse. Arguably, the mouse ushered in the era of personal computing, since it made it easy and intuitive for people without computer experience to click around and get stuff done. That 30 year old mouse is very different from what we're used to nowadays, though, and here's a look back at how mousing technology has evolved, from bowling balls of the past to mind control of the future.