This ergonomic Multi-media device can be used as a wireless presenter, mouse with trackball or laser pointer. Plug into your USB port and choose between two modes. It can page up or down, zoom, and supports Windows 98/Me/2000/XP. Specialty buttons connect to My Favorites or My Computer. At a size of 128 x 52 x 45mm, it comes with both receiver and 2 AAA batteries at a price of $37.00.
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This is the pen that no self-respected geek should do without. Twist the tip of it one way and it’s a ballpoint. Turn it the other way and it becomes a PDA stylus. Press on the top to turn on the laser pointer. There is also a UV light and flexible flashlight on the clip. At a size of 5 1/4-inches long, the Ultimate Geek Pen comes with batteries for $8.95, a perfect gift for your buds or colleagues.
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Here’s another multi-functional take along for your car or office. The 4-in-1 LED Light features adjustable lighting for emergencies and a laser pointer for waving down unscrupulous ETs. The magnetic base attaches to your dashboard or PC in case you work in a dark cubby. We guess the fourth usage must be the clip on the side to prove to everyone that you are not simply a nerd with only pencils in your pocket protector. The light is available for the mini-price of $5.99.
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Microsoft has come up with a Notebook Mouse that does more than a singular function. It will also put on slide presentations up to a distance of 30 feet, and act as a laser pointer and media remote. With 2.4 GHz Bluetooth connectivity, it has 4-way scrolling, instant-view, 5 customizable buttons, and magnification capability. At a size of 3.68 x 2.22-inches, it features an on/off switch to save some energy and a battery status LED. The multi-talented mouse is available for $79.95.
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