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Logitech outs tiny mouse, laser pointer

Cue the Cube

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Yes, it's not actually cubic, but that hasn't stopped Logitech calling its latest mouse-cum-laser pointer the Cube, set to be shown off at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) next week.

Logitech Cube wireless mouse

Perhaps it'll be comfortable to use as a pointer, but the wee gadget doesn't seem so as a mouse, but we'll reserve judgement until we've tried it.

Like Apple's Magic Mouse, the top of the wireless, ball-less Cube is touch-sensitive for smooth, smartphone-style scrolling.

Logitech Cube wireless mouse

The Logitech Cube uses the company's tiny multi-device Unifying receiver and its proprietary 2.4GHz wireless connectivity tech.

The Cube goes on sale later this month for €70 (£58). ®

Logitech Cube wireless mouse

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