updated 07:57 am EDT, Mon April 21, 2014
Bluetooth device attempts to mimic pen-based input
Windows 8 aside, computer users have been trained that a mouse is the proper way to navigate through the desktop for many years now. Trackballs, trackpads, and touch screens have entered the fray, but the staple has continued to be the mouse -- even as it evolved from using mouse balls to lasers, from one button to as many as you want. So what might the next evolution be? How about combining a Bluetooth mouse with an everyday writing utensil, like a pencil? Penclic has released a mouse that combines the familiarity of holding a writing instrument with the maneuverability of a Bluetooth mouse in the Penclic Mouse B2. Check our review to see how we liked it.