We can’t wait to hear what you think about the new Logitech Cube. With its unique design, it redefines the computer mouse with a shape that fits in your hand and will fascinate your friends and family, colleagues and clients.
Thanks to its pocket-perfect size, the Logitech Cube fits in your jacket pocket, purse or carry-on bag. Whether you’re taking your computer from the living room to the kitchen or from your desk to a conference room across the globe, this mouse travels light.
While colleagues and friends will be impressed by its tiny size, the Logitech Cube offers even more than a unique design.
For starters, the Cube effortlessly becomes a presenter when you need it – making you look like a star at work. Lift it in the air and your mouse is in presenter mode. Click the Cube to advance your deck to the next slide; turn the Cube over in your hand and click it again to go to a previous slide.
And thanks to Logitech Flow Scroll software it’s easier than ever to read your Facebook page, shop on Amazon® or scroll through Google™ searches. Simply slide your finger along the main panel of the mouse and you’ll be impressed by the smooth, fluid motions – giving you an experience similar to scrolling on your touchscreen smartphone.
We’re also proud to announce the Logitech Cube is an International CES Innovations 2012 Design and Engineering Awards Honoree and will be featured in the Innovations Design and Engineering Showcase at the 2012 International CES, which runs Jan. 10-13, 2012 in Las Vegas.
We hope you love the Cube as much as we do. Tell us what you think!
It looks uncomfortable
These two pictures do not do a valid job of communicating what this is.
Here is a better introduction: http://www.slashgear.com/logitech-cube-makes-mouse-square-05206252/
I said it looks uncomfortable.
Don’t delete my comment because you don’t like it. I gave honest polite feed back.
Looks like great concept because of its size and shape.
I have no doubt that it will be good for presentation and for carrying along but how easy/hard will be to work with it. At least edit some basic thing is PowerPoint.
Very much look forward to this featured on some test and review.
So this thing is not an airmouse, correct? The “presenter” function is wireless click/scroll only?
(I’m sad that the MX Air was discontinued.)
I hope it has true multi-touch, programmable gestures and accelerometer/gyro
… so now we’ll have people try to light their cigarettes with their mouse/presenter and run a PowerPoint presentation with their zippo :-D.
my mouse logitech with bluetooth but dont connect win 7
@Mehran, Could you provide us with more information such are the name of the mouse you are having trouble with? Or try contacting customer support here.
I purchased a cube via the website. I was wondering when they are going to start shipping? Thanks!
I ordered it because of functionality, size and portability. I need a device that I can use for all applications and presentations, so being able to do both in a compact size is great – I travel for work and even when at work, I move between different class rooms in the building, so portability is important. This is going to be a replacement to mouse / presenter in one that was big to carry. The Cube would also be cool if it had a laser pointer built in (maybe Cube v2?). Anyway, still, looking forward to getting it. I did not receive information on expected ship date. Everything I read online just says Jan 2012.
@Rom, The Logitech Cube will be shipping soon.
I would dearly love to see a laser pointer added to this product. Then it would be the perfect presentation device.