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Logitech introduces input devices for Adobe programs

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ORLANDO, Fla. — PMA — Feb. 23, 2006 — Logitech (SWX: LOGN) (NASDAQ: LOGI) and Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ: ADBE) today announced the results of a collaboration to provide creative professionals and design enthusiasts new levels of control when using Adobe® Creative Suite 2 (CS2) and standalone CS2 applications: the NuLOOQ™ Professional Series. The new Logitech product line comprises the NuLOOQ navigator™, an innovative device used in conjunction with a mouse and a keyboard to manipulate images and documents, and the NuLOOQ tooldial™, customizable on-demand interface software that provides quick access to design tools. Both are designed for use with the Mac® versions of Adobe Creative Suite 2, Adobe Illustrator® CS2, Adobe InDesign® CS2, and Adobe Photoshop® CS2.



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Use of the non-dominant hand for input

Several years back the idea to use a "clik pad" was submitted to Logitech. The device idea was to send click commands (and other scrolls, shortcuts, etc.) through a small seperate device so the mouse hand could do less work. Logitech turned the idea down. This was before they had released there new non-dominant hand devices. The background story of the Clik Pad is talked about here:

http://www.pyxlpoint.com/hold2/background.htm

The "clik pad" idea has evloved into the Pyxlpoint (http://www.pyxlpoint.com), which suggests an automated pointing benefit over a standard computer mouse along with the touch sensitive clicking.
 
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