Jokes, all jokes. The Smartfish Whirl Mini incorporates the same sort of design found in the full size model announced at CES 2010. So yeah, there’s a pivot point to allow your wrist and arm to move in a more natural movement. This time around there’s it’s packaged in a slightly smaller form factor to better accommodate traveling and for those that like smaller mice. (like me) This model ships in early December for $49.95 and is available in six different color themes.
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