Mouse maker Logitech has come up with a product so new that you still donâ€™t know how to use it. But it looks easy enough to learn.
Logitech calls this the NuLOOQ navigator, and says it could be your mouseâ€™s best friend. With it, youâ€™ll do a two-handed operation tweaking your graphics or your publication; one hand with the mouse, the other with this navigator.
And why would you do that? Because it makes working in Photoshop CS2 a breeze, like adjusting your brush size in one pixel increments without ever moving a slider or clicking on a shortcut key. In Adobe InDesign CS2 you can fine-tune font attributes such as leading and tracking without using the option bar. And many more.
Built into the device are a multi-dimensional ring, called the navring for simultaneous 360 degree pan and zoom and a touch sensitive circular disk, called the tooltuner for fine precision control.
Now you can have a secondary controller, which allows you to zoom, change brush sizes and much more in Photoshop CS2 with one touch. Looks like it could be fun to use.
Available now for $80 from Logitech.