Englewood, N.J. - SmartFish Technologies introduced the notebook version of its trademark mouse on Tuesday.
The Whirl mini notebook laser mouse is designed to adapt to the natural motion of a user's hand. The form factor was engineered by Dr. Jack Atzmon, president and CEO of the company, who designs products to combat repetitive stress injury. The Whirl was developed in collaboration with the The Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City.
Features include an ambidextrous design, 1,600 dpi and 2.4MHz wireless connectivity. It comes in carbon fiber, black, blue, silver, red and white. Suggested retail is $49.95; it will ship in December.