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Deal: Save 28% on the ODiN Air Mouse

by Paul Strauss
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Turn your desktop into a virtual trackpad with the ODiN Air Mouse. This compact device plugs into your USB port and uses a laser to project a touch surface onto your desk.

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The little gadget looks a little bit like a Transformer, which only makes sense as it transforms your desk into a pointing device. It uses infrared sensors to detect your finger movements, and can even respond to two-finger gestures like scrolling and pinch-to-zoom.

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The video below shows how the ODiN works. You can ignore the part about Kickstarter, as it’s already been funded and is available now.

The ODiN Air Mouse normally sells for $70, but is available for a limited time in the Technabob Shop for just $49.99.

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