Look Ma! No hands!
Subject: Cases and Cooling | June 22, 2006 - 05:11 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Hands free input devices, such as head tracking devices are steadily improving. Drop by PDAToday to look at Natural Point's newest offering, the Track IR Pro 4, and see if you are ready to eveolve past the mouse & keyboard.
"We do not normally review "gaming" accessories, but once in a while a product comes to our attention
that is both cool and something we think our readers would be interested in. Head tracking devices
have been around for a long time, but they have traditionally been big, difficult to wear, and poor in
performance. The idea of head tracking for flight simulation, racing, and first-person shooting games
has been tried many times, but usually with less-than-fun results."
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Illuminated Desktop review @ DH
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Keyboard @ Techgage
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Cordless Optical Mouse @ ThinkComputers