Time for wireless mouse seems limited now as Elecom introduces all new M-TP01DS series wireless touchpad for our input needs. The Elecom wireless touchpad is compatible with devices running Windows 8 and Windows RT (Mac and Android users may have to wait), and should be selling anytime in this month in Japan for a price around 10,657 yen ($125). Capable of recognizing 18 different types of gestures, the wireless touchpad responds to five finger touch and allows anything from zoom in to zoom out and switching between apps with just a touch.
Measuring as small as 6-inches, the USB connected, wireless touchpad can work from almost 10m distance. The touchpad, like any wireless mouse, comes with a small cordless USB receiver (can be stored on the reverse of the touchpad), which you can stick up to the USB port of your system and use the compatible touchpad from meters away. Powered by AA batteries, the wireless touchpad comes in Black and White colors, and has a battery level indicator to let you know when you need to replace the battery.
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