Rhuwyn, The same guy I bought mine from still has more for sale, but they’re cheaper now: You’ll notice that there’s a small red LED at the bottom left of the box. You trade the PS2 compatibility for the Immersion iFeel “force feedback” gimmick. You can have bonks and dongs and twangs when you do things; you can make each of the three gadgets in the top right of every window play a different musical note; you can make things knobbly when the cursor’s moved over them. Where can the required drivers be acquired? At maximum power, it’s ridiculous.
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People have thought of all sorts of things they can do with vibrating electronic devices. This site hosts no abandonware. It is definitely a conversation-starter and I intend to keep it connected to my “public display” legacy IBM NetVista in my living room.
Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Now that I think about it. Have one to sell?
It’s comfortable to use, but if you switch back and forth between it and an Explorer, you’re likely to keep accidentally pressing the MouseMan’s fourth button – the Explorer’s two side buttons are higher up. Well, unless you’re left-handed and it’s the MouseMan, in which case you can swing it around on its cable and threaten the iferl with it until they give you something better.
Marketing gibberish aside, I was interested to see what use a buzzing mouse could be. Read more info here.
Immersion’s TouchSense is supported by quite a lot of games, but only for other force feedback controllers – various wheels and joysticks from Logitech, Microsoft, ThrustMaster and others.
If you can see perfectly well, I can think of no rational reason for you to buy one of these things. The best known such mouses are Microsoft’s current optical models, but various manufacturers have them and they’re all actually based on Hewlett-Packard technology. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. There is also a grey version available.
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Not many games, to be honest. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. As much as I like the product I only gave it 4 stars because I was used to having 2 buttons on the side Microsoft Intelliopitcal has 2 buttons on the side of the side The Logitech mouse iefel has one button on the side so if your like me and you like to make those buttons into your back and forward buttons on the web you could only have one back or forward.
But it still feels as if the thing’s got a Christmas beetle stuck inside it.
For warranty information about this product, please click here. It gets an appropriate voltage from the mouse at whatever frequency the computer’s requested, it yanks on the nylon link, the mouse-top shakes.
OTOH, it could end up being annoying in first lovitech shooters having your mouse wiggle every time you shoot. It’s a fabulous piece of fritterware.
Review: Logitech iFeel mouses
Me, I’ll just stick with a mouse that doesn’t think it’s logitexh million times better. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. A mouse that buzzed all the darn time would just be annoying, anyway, if you ask me.
Wireless Vertical Mouse, 2. I yanked ’em and chucked ’em so I could save the box. Now, if you don’t see too well, a buzzy twangy clicky mouse could be very handy indeed.
Logitech iFeel Mouse
How is it in games? I really don’t think ordinary computer users need any of this, though. You can turn the overall power down, though, and make the effects ifeel subtle if you want. I agree it sometimes feels low-resolution. Ifeek Unavailable Image not available for Color: Looks really neat when the lights are off. This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA.
They’re also both optical mouses, of the new-fangled variety that works on pretty much any surface, using a startlingly powerful on-board digital signal processor to interpret the movement of the image delivered by a tiny downward-facing camera.