Review: MoGo Bluetooth Notebook MouseJust the other day, Martin of Digital Reviews Network sent me a product review of the MoGo Bluetooth mouse from Newton Peripherals. I report on the Mogo Mouse earlier and commented on the slim design and handy storage area, in the PCMCIA slot. Martin’s review proves this point and a whole lot more. The primary goal of the review was to find out if the MoGo mouse really performed as a functional device, despite the small size and slim design.
“one quick flick and the (hind) legs spring out from underneath making the MoGo mouse poised and more comfortable to use! With that â€œkickstandâ€ it is eminently “holdable and usable” but not as comfortable of course as a normally proportioned rodent.”Martin continues; here is another beauty: the MoGo doesn’t use additional drivers and works straight away. There is one proviso — you need to start up Bluetooth and pair the device with the system (easily done using a generic pass code of 0000). Connection is confirmed with a slow blinking blue light. It’s amazing how useful a mouse actually is on a laptop. Even on my FlyBook which has two sets of mouse keys as well as a touch screen so there are plenty of ways to move the cursor.