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  1. Unfortunately the article I bought is no longer available, but this looks very similar (although it is slightly larger and cheaper): https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4000528627316.html?spm=a2g0o.productlist.0.0.6c71628czMpC55&algo_pvid=391997b1-a095-4d88-ba8d-b0c9c2e9049b&algo_expid=391997b1-a095-4d88-ba8d-b0c9c2e9049b-0&btsid=0bb0624416022442833712930e914d&ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_,searchweb201603_ It is the same store where I bought mine. Here is how mine looks like (it is very ugly, but works, perhaps I'll spend more than 2min to make it better w
  2. Hi, Thanks for your answers Zeanon and Bryce! I decided not to tinker with the wheel, I got used to it, not a big problem anymore. Also I don't want to break my most expensive mouse yet Scrolling with gestures is probably nice in theory, but not all software has good support. For example in Visual Studio, where I spend most of my time, the gestures do not work well (for me). It is the same for Edge (Chromium) and Chrome - the first gesture usually does not work and I need to repeat it a few times before it starts working. The mouse "feet" continued to bother me, the origina
  3. Hi, I bought the ProPoint a few weeks ago and I now I am a happy user I used to use a vertical mouse before (Anker) and I liked it a lot, but at some point I decided that it is too big, so I started looking at Kinesis DXT, but I was turned off by the user feedback about the paint and the battery life. I accidentally found a review of a Swiftpoint mouse and I like the ideas behind a lot, so I bought it. After a few weeks of almost daily use, here is my feedback: - You should invest more into popularizing your products. They are very good, but difficult to find by the regula
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