Logitech NuLOOQ Navigator Wins 2007 PC World 20 Most Innovative Products Award
Logitech NuLOOQ navigator won one of the 2007 PC World 20 Most Innovative Products Award. The NuLOOQ navigator is an innovative stationary control device that -used in conjunction with a mouse and a keyboard – streamlines repetitive tasks for people who work with graphics and multimedia files. The 2007 PC World 20 Most Innovative Products Awards recognize both benchmark and breakthrough products that set the standard for innovation with unique qualities that distinguish them from the pack. PC World’s editors compared hundreds of products before narrowing the field to 20 winners. Approximately half the size and shape of a tennis ball, the Logitech NuLOOQ navigator features a moveable rubber-like ring and a touch-sensitive circular disk. With the multi-dimensional navring, people can easily navigate images and documents while enjoying simultaneous 360 degree pan and zoom. The tool tuner helps give people precision control when adjusting brush size in Adobe Photoshop, text attributes in Adobe InDesign, or timelines in video or audio editing. The NuLOOQ navigator works with a wide range of programs.
The 2007 PC World 20 Most Innovative Products Award trophies will be presented on Jan. 8, 2007, at the Showstoppers media reception during the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.