Logitech Cube: The tiny mouse and presenter that starts big conversations

Logitech Cube Mouse is also known as the tiny mouse and presenter that starts big conversations and is a device created by Logitech that enables you to control your PowerPoint presentations and Keynote presentations in a unique way.

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Starting at $69, the tiny mouse lets you control your presentations using a modern aerospace wireless mouse that fits perfectly in your hand.
It is actually more than a simple mouse, it is very small to enough to fit in your pockets and it can even clip onto your keychain, thanks to the included pouch.

Logitech Cube redefines the computer wireless mouse for presentations with a shape that fits in your hand and will let you engage your audience since you don’t longer need to change your PowerPoint slides pressing the keys in the computer. Now, with this kind of wireless mouse you can control your PPT presentation wireless with like a professional presenter.

The design is sleek and minimalist with a cubic style. The dimensions are also convenient allowing you to carry it inside the laptop suitcase so it is ready to go wherever you go.

For PowerPoint presentations, Logitech Cube mouse let you point, click, scroll like any traditional mouse, but you can also lift it slightly to the left or right to move forward and backward on the Web or PowerPoint presentations. It is also capable to rotate pictures and navigate your files in the computer.

With its breakthrough design, Logitech Cube redefines the computer mouse. From a full-function mouse that doubles as a presenter to a fascinating shape that fits in your shirt pocket, Logitech Cube helps you make a big impression from the living room to the meeting room

Go to Logitech Cube Mouse product page in Amazon

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