the japanese manufacturer cooyoo is expanding its peripherals list Crazy Small like New Crazy Small Wheel, which is a mouse scroll made to be used with the feet. The device is quite simple and compact and connects with USB-C and brings Various button customization options.
The device, which has a size of just 1.8 x 1.5 x 1 inch, It can be very useful for people who have finger joint problems or limited mobility. This device has a very simple initial functionality: replace the mouse scroll, with the scroll click also functional.
In addition to working to be able to navigate pages with vertical scrolling, the Crazy Small Wheel also allows the user to change the model to a horizontal scroll. But in addition the device, which supports the operating systems Windows, macOS, Linux, android, iPadOScan also be used with different types of configurations.
THE cooyoo states that the device, in addition to being able to have the button click disabled or enabled, also allows change your sensitivity to low or normalat model rotations and the scroll direction. Through this, the manufacturer claims that its device will have a variety of usesin addition to adapting better to each user.
Changes are made through parameters that appear after the user holds the wheel click while turning on the device. Any changes made to the model settings are saved in the device’s internal memorywhich helps a lot users who will use the device on multiple computers.
Credits: Cooyoo Disclosure
the project of Crazy Small Wheel was done through a successful crowdfunding carried out by cooyoo, now the company is preparing the equipment for launch. It is now officially listed on the Amazon Japanbut not yet available for purchase, the launch price is expected to be JPY 3,050, about R$147 in direct conversion.
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Source: cooyoo , Tom’s Hardware