LOS ANGELES -- Gadget Grrl says, regardless of whether you are a 3D designer or have just sported a pair of 3D glasses, this new 3D Space Navigator for Notebooks is one of the slickest devices I have tried in awhile. Unlike a mouse or even a trackball, this 3D mouse allows you to push, pull, tilt, pan and zoom with incredibly smooth motion. Next, SD cards have been around for awhile now, and prices on them keep coming down. The 2GB SD Eye-Fi Explore Card is something altogether different. What makes it different is the technology that is on the SD card. With this technology, the photos you take will be geotagged; that is the process of putting meta data onto the card consisting of the latitude and longitude coordinates. More about that later. Now, let's look at the mouse.
The base is very well constructed, sturdy, does not slide all over the desktop and is made of brushed aluminum. I liked using this to navigate on Google Earth; the smooth movement of this device made it so much easier than a regular mouse to track through the maps. There is a snug little carrying case that comes along with the 3D mouse and it works on Win, Mac and Linux. Designers on-the-go will like the compact size of this and even gamers could use this for their more intensified gaming. Unlike a mouse or even a trackball, this 3D mouse allows you to push, pull, tilt, pan and zoom with incredibly smooth motion. Not currently available, there is a "notify me" tab on the site to let you know when they are available.