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Smartfish Whirl Mini: What’s Your Opinion On The Design?

We have reported on various accessories for computers and laptops, one of them being a gaming mouse, the Razer Naga: Special Edition Molten gaming mouse. Now we want to talk to you about a different type of mouse.

The device we are talking about is the Smartfish Whirl Mini Notebook Laser Mouse; it has a very individual design. The device could be conceived as extremely ergonomic, it was designed to help those with issues like ,repetitive straining syndromes on people’s wrists, you can read more about other problems Smartfish are aiming to combat here.

As you can see, the actual mouse looks like it is floating. When using it you can tilt it left, right forwards and backwards to suit the position you are in. The mouse has two buttons as most conventional mice do, and a roller which, is also clickable.

The device has a small USB receive that plugs into the laptop for when you are using it. There is an on and off button on the bottom of the device and a small storage compartment to house the USB transmitter. You can watch a demonstration video at the bottom of the article from the Smartfish YouTube channel, if you want to see more videos then click here to be directed to their channel.

If you want to learn more about the device, head over to Smartfish’s press center by clicking here. You can also keep up with Smartfish on Facebook by clicking here.

Another thing to bear in mind, as’s Shane McGlaun rightly points out, is the device is convenient for left handers and you can get this in different colors. The device will cost you up to $49.95.

What do you think of the unique design? Let us know in the comments below.

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