I don’t think this model has small hands, I think it’s a legitimately large USB mouse. With a size of 175mm long and 105mm wide, I don’t think you can argue. Or can you? Hit our Facebook page and give us some reasons on who or why someone would need a big USB mouse like this…
Logitech is probably the first name most people think of for input devices like keyboards, mice and hubs…and why not, they’ve been around since 1985…pretty much from the start for mainstream computers.
Logitech posted some interesting information about selling their one billionth mouse after being in the market for 20+ years. The first mouse from the Switzerland-based Logitech was the P4 (pictured above), which began mass production in 1985 at the company’s birthplace. Logitech reached the 100 millionth mouse mark in 1996, and subsequently, topped 500 millionth 7 years later. The company is now selling at a rate of 376,000 mice per day and 7.8 million every month.
American Weigh company introduces a new hybrid USB mouse which includes a small digital scale. The precision digital pocket scale goes down to a 10th mark and supports 500g / 17.635oz / 16.075ozt / 321.5dwt weight capacities.
I would think this be a perfect scale for the small office or front office secretary for quick checking of letters and small packages. Some of those larger scales take up quite a bit of space.
The USB digital scale mouse is available for $59 and a higher weight capacity unit for $69.
The USB digital scale will also work as a standalone device without connection with an internal [rechargeable] battery and includes a stainless steel platform in the size of 2.25 x 2.75 inches.