USB Fish Handheld Mouse needs no Mouse Surface!

Fish Handheld Mouse needs no Mouse Surface!

If you are one of those lazy bloggers with a 60″ LCD TV hooked up to your PC in your bedroom and you blog on your bed, you will definitely need to get one of these Fish Handheld Mouses that can be used without a mouse surface.

The Fish is a revolutionary new hand held mouse that will change the way we use computers.


  • With no complicated set up or software, The Fish simply plugs into any available USB port and is ready to use.
  • Being hand held, surfing the Internet, playing games, designing or editing becomes a pain free pleasure.
  • Without the need for a flat surface, The Fish is ideal for use with a laptop computer on trains or planes, where room is restricted.
  • The Fish is also the perfect computer controller for business presentations.
  • via usbgeek

    4 Responses to USB Fish Handheld Mouse needs no Mouse Surface!

    1. Nicole Price says:

      It is a fantastic development. Not only for lazy fellows but also for guys like me who find it difficult to use a normal board backed mouse, due to problems with the wrist.

    2. Luke says:

      Just out of curiosity—does this thing emulate a three button mouse? I.e., if you press both buttons, does it act as ‘button three”? I’d like to get one, but my only concern is the lack of a scroll wheel. However, if you can “middle click” by clicking both buttons, then that would allow a scroll function. Thanks for your input!

    3. WSmart says:

      I’ve been using a wireless presentation style mouse for several months. I started using my regular mouse as a hand held, then got this thing. It’s nice, but the one major issue with a trackball is you don’t want roller style ball interfaces. It get’s jammed quite often. You have to pull it apart and try and clean it. I’ve got a lighted magnifying plate on a stand that works for that very nicely, but other wise it would be about impossible to clean the thing. A laser trackball is probably much better. I don’t think this one says which it is. I also would not want a cable on it. The cable gets tangled when you’re moving around.

    4. WSmart says:

      And my hand held does have a third button, but not a wheel. You can use the third button for scrolling with many applications/interfaces.

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