Evaluating the CombiMouse : A New Input Device for Personal Computers (18 Feb 2004)
Summary: The CombiMouse is a new input device for personal computers that combines the functionality of a keyboard and a mouse into one device. Preliminary results of first-time usage indicate the device to be very promising. CombiMouse performance was shown to be just as efficient as the traditional mouse and significantly more efficient than the track ball and another novel input device. Typing performance was not as fast as the traditional keyboard, though users reported they would improve with practice.
Article URL: http://psychology.wichita.edu/surl/usabilitynews/61/combimouse.htm
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