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Logitech Nulooq Navigator:Use Your Left Hand for Something More Productive

by Paul Strauss
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Logitech’s unique NuLOOQ navigator has been available for over a year now for Mac OSX users, and now software is available for use with Windows XP too.

Logitech NuLOOQ Controller

The NuLOOQ plugs into your USB port and provides quick access to frequently used functions in popular graphic design and multimedia applications, with the greatest productivity enhancements available for Adobe’s Creative Suite products. With the controller, you can quickly move slider settings, precisely change brush sizes, zoom in and out and pan around the screen without ever touching your keyboard.

The navigator controls include a ring that can move in multiple directions for simultaneous pan and zoom and a touch sensitive disk for precision control.

Support is ready to go out of the box for Adobe Creative Suite 2, Adobe Photoshop Elements 4, Adobe Bridge, Microsoft Word & Excel, Final Cut Pro (Mac), iMovie (Mac), Adobe Premiere Pro (Win) and iTunes. The controller can also be custom configured to control almost any application. As a bonus, the price has recently dropped from $150 down to $79.99 USD.

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