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AirPoint Ring: Control your computer with your fingertips @ CES 2022

AirPoint Ring mouseDo you get tired of using a mouse to control your computer? Have you ever wished you could just use your fingers to navigate around your screen? Well, now there is a product that allows you to do just that! AirPoint Ring is a wearable finger device that offers 3D navigation on top of the functionalities of a typical mouse. This means that you can control your computer with just your fingertips!

What is the AirPoint Ring?

The AirPoint Ring is a ring-shaped finger wearable unit that offers users a more natural way to interact with their computers. Most importantly, it is easy to use! All you have to do is put it on your finger, pair it with your computer, and you’re ready to go! Rather than holding your hand over a mouse and moving it around your desk, you can simply wave your hand around in the air. This is great for people who use a computer a lot and get strain from the mouse. It’s also great for people presenting through PowerPoint, or something similar.

The Ring includes all of the additional features we have come to expect from a mouse, including the ability to click, drag, scroll, zoom, and navigate, all accessible through gestures. The product also comes with a rechargeable AirPoint Charger that allows you to charge your Ring by seamlessly docking into it.

What are the benefits of using the AirPoint Ring?

There are many benefits to the AirPoint Ring. One of the most important, however, is reduced fatigue problems. Using a typical mouse can often lead to fatigue in the hands and arms. The AirPoint Ring eliminates this problem because all of the navigation is done with your fingers.

You can also experience increased productivity. Many users report that they are more productive when using the AirPoint Ring because it allows them to do tasks faster and more easily. But, it’s also ideal for presentations because you can move around the screen quickly and easily without having to worry about getting lost.

Depending on the game, it can also be great for gaming. The AirPoint Ring provides a more immersive gaming experience by allowing you to navigate through the game environment with ease. It can also be perfect for artists and designers. This is especially true for artists and designers who need to navigate around complex three-dimensional spaces.

Who is the AirPoint Ring for?
The AirPoint Ring is perfect for anyone who wants an easier, more natural way to interact with their computer. The product is ideal for presentations, gaming, art and design work, and general navigation around the screen. Essentially, if you are looking for a new way to use your computer, either at your desk or from across the room, the AirPoint Ring might be your perfect new companion.


The AirPoint Ring is available for purchase right now for $129.99. To learn more or to buy one for yourself, you can head to the company’s website or Amazon.

Interview by Marlo Anderson of The Tech Ranch.

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Impulse Neuro-Controller makes you faster when gaming @ CES 2021

Impulse Neuro-ControllerFor gamers, one of the most important things is controlling your timing. Every fraction of a second in response time can be the difference between getting the shot or getting shot. Gamers go out of their way to find just the right mouse and keyboard to be able to speed up their reaction times ever so slightly. But, as Avram always says, you can also speed up the slowest part of your computer – you. One way to accomplish this is with Impulse Neuro-Controller from Brink Bionics.

The Impulse is a fingerless glove that works with your existing gaming mouse to improve reaction times. Rather than waiting for you to click, it literally reads your mind and acts early. It is able to read your impulses (hence the name) from your hand using biosignals. Using an AI algorithm, the glove is able to learn your behaviors and act on them ahead of time.

Just like any bio-feedback device, it takes some time to train. Everyone reacts differently to different stimuli. For example, if you are training a brain control headband, you need to determine certain things to think about and map those thought patterns to specific actions. With the Impulse, you simply set it up for training and plan like normal. The system is able to read your biosignals and connect them with your actions on the computer. Once the connections are made, it is able to work ahead of you to produce results before you are able to click.

The Impulse Neuro-Controller is ideal for players of first-person shooters, real-time strategies, multiplayer online battle arenas, and more. To learn more about Impulse and Brink Bionics, you can head over to their website, which currently takes you to their Indiegogo page, which has a lot of additional information.

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Mionix Rage-Proof Keyboards, Precision Mousepad

We found a company called Mionix at Showstoppers during CES. They were showing off the Mionix Disciple 60, as well as a mouse pad that gives you more precise movements.

The keyboard is the Mionix Deciple 60. It has mechanical switches and a steel plate on it. Keys can be removed so it can be re-configured for MMO gaming. It lasts 50 million keystrokes. It’s thicker cable also brings USB and audio jacks to the back of your keyboard.

The NAOS mouse is also an ergonomic mouse that can do 128 dpsi recognition. However, your surface might be the bigger issue.

The mouse comes with software that can tell you how your mouse is fairing on the surface. Mionix does sell what they call the “World’s Best Mousepad”. This is perfect for gamers or artists that need that precision movement.

The Desciple is $149.99 – $79.99 – and the World’s best mousepad is $49.99.

Interview by Jeffrey Powers of Geekazine

Penclic: It’s Time For A New Mouse

It’s Time to Leave the ’80’s Behind

This innovative Swedish design mimics a fountain pen,creating a natural working position, eliminating unnecessary “mousing around” in endless clicking. The mouse looks, feels and moves like a pen., with natural position of the forearm on the work surface.

Penclic Mouse has 5-buttons and scroll wheel. The left click, right click and middle click are on the pen shaft’s right side. On the pen shaft’s left side the backward click and forward click for surfing are positioned. It is offered in wired and wireless (Bluetooth) versions.


Interview by Andy McCaskey of SDRNews for the TechPodcast Network.