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roberts123

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Glide Point
« on: March 04, 2011, 12:02:32 am »
I many know of glide point controls. I have had to get rid of my touchscreen jukebox (taking up to much room). But i was able to fit the computer into a home stereo cabinet I have. The problem is the monitor I am using isn't touchscreen and I hate the look of a mouse. So how well do these glide point controls work and are they good to run on the jukebox.

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Re: Glide Point
« Reply #1 on: May 14, 2011, 12:19:23 am »
hello roberts123. I used a very similar glide point, but on my bartop instead of a jukebox. http://www.ergonomictouchpad.com/ergonomic_touchpad.php I use it for navigation and works outstanding. USB, works on Win 7(64-bit for me) and is simply plug and play. Very sensitive and has never failed me once. Worth every penny of $30 and as you can see from my pic, is very discreet.