ZDNet's Patrick Houston checks out the Gyration optical mouse, which uses radio frequency transmission to work without wires or a mouse pad.si
By ZDNet Staff
| June 23, 2003 -- 23:34 GMT (16:34 PDT)
| Topic: Networking
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