Logitech is, for the first time, offering support for Microsoft Windows and new applications for its
NuLOOQ navigator, a circular USB-based input device.
Designed to work in conjunction with a mouse and keyboard rather than as a replacement for either, the tennis ball-sized NuLOOQ navigator features a control surface that can be twisted clockwise and counter clockwise, left, right, up and down. The face of the device features five embedded programmable buttons (“triggerpoints”). Logitech’s software enables you to navigate images and documents, pan and zoom, precisely adjust brush size, font attributes and other values.
The NuLOOQ navigator originally only supported Adobe Creative Suite 2 applications; now Logitech has expanded the list of supported applications to include Apple’s Final Cut Pro, iMovie, iTunes, Microsoft Word and Excel, Photoshop Elements 4.0, and Safari. NuLOOQ navigator’s software can be customized to support any application.