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Bellco's Wireless Mouse Puts You in Control of the Computer from Anywhere in the Room

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  1. Cristian_25H

    Cristian_25H News Poster

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    For all computer users that want to sit back comfortably and control the big screen computer, this mouse may be a perfect fit. The new 3 D Ion wireless air mouse glove has a mobile range of 35 feet and controls the computer cursor with the movement of your hand. The setup is simple and does not require any software downloads. Plugging in the mini USB module and turning on the 3D Ion wireless air mouse glove is all it takes.

    The 3D Ion wireless air mouse glove operates with Windows, Mac, Linux and Android. For anyone that would like to turn the big screen TV into the computer monitor, just connect your computer to the TV through a HDMI cable.

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    "Sometimes an innovation starts with a dream, or a need, or maybe a 'what if'," says Pete Bell, founder of Bellco. "To all the innovators out there keep dreaming and keep asking 'what if', because that one dream could become tomorrow's big success," said Bell.

    Bellco is in the developmental stages of its new designs using radio frequency technology for the air mouse. With computer users looking for a more mobile and comfortable experience, Pete Bell of Bellco says this type of technology will continue to evolve.

    The Ion 3D Wireless Air Mouse Glove is Available now for $79.95. For more information go to: www.3dionwirelessairmouse.com.
     
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    Omg the powerglove returns!!!
     
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    not quite 'Johnny Mnemonic'
     
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    Move the whole hand?
    >> uses finger grip all the time.
    Do not want. :shadedshu
     
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    I get that it can track your motion and left click. but...

    how do you right click, scroll/pan, or middle click???
     
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    The powerglove... It's so bad.... yeahh...
     
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    Now that I read the description again, it seems it is orientated for 10-Foot UIs. I suppose all of those are little of value there.
     
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    i'm really interested in a glove controller, but not this one.
     
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    Didn't Michael Jackson already invent this?
     
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    Wouldn't be too shocked if the adult entertainment industry was brainstorming uses for this. :pimp:
     
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    I see a use for this for non-normal pc users, think of paralyzed people, although!~ I'm pretty sure there are better products in the market for those folks.
     
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    lol go get laid dude:laugh:
     

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