The NuLOOQ navigator is an innovative device used in conjunction with a mouse and a keyboard that allows people to better navigate and manipulate graphics and multimedia files
Logitech today announced that its award-winning NuLOOQ navigator, originally released with support for the Mac OS and Adobe Creative Suite 2 as part of the NuLOOQ Professional Series bundle is now available unbundled and with added support for Windows XP, and a host of additional applications. It significantly reduces repetitive use of shortcut keys or palette access typically needed to navigate images and documents, or to adjust values such as brush size, font size and even volume.
Applications running on either the Windows XP operating system or the Macintosh OS X, that work with the NuLOOQ navigator, include Adobe Illustrator CS2, Adobe InDesign CS2, Adobe Photoshop CS2, Adobe Bridge, Adobe Photoshop Elements 4.0, Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere Pro, iMovie, iTunes, Microsoft Office Word and Excel, and Safari. For added flexibility, NuLOOQ navigator can be easily configured to support virtually any application.
"Since its launch earlier this year, NuLOOQ navigator has provided digital photographers and creative professionals with a fun and easy-to-use input device, and the ability to streamline repetitive tasks," said Pratish Shah, vice president of business development for NuLOOQ. "By expanding the produc's support to include Windows, we are able to bring these benefits to a wider range of people. The added application support and user flexibility make the NuLOOQ navigator an exceptional value for digital photographers, creative professionals and business users alike."
The NuLOOQ navigator is a creative partner to a mouse and a tablet or keyboard. Approximately the size and shape of half a tennis ball, this stationary device has a moveable rubber-like ring (the navring) for easy navigation - including simultaneous panning and zooming - of images and documents. Located on top of the NuLOOQ navigator, a circular touch-sensitive disk (the tooltuner) can be used to precisely adjust tool or system attributes, such as brush or font size. The NuLOOQ navigator also has five embedded programmable buttons (triggerpoints) for calling up frequently used tools or commands.
The NuLOOQ navigator has a suggested retail price in the U.S. of $79.99 and will be available through select resellers and major computer and electronics superstores, as well as through Logitech's online store. Current NuLOOQ navigator or NuLOOQ Professional Series users can download the NuLOOQ navigator Windows driver free of charge in mid-October from www.logitech.com. More information about the Logitech NuLOOQ navigator is available at www.logitech.com/nulooq.