The 3Dconnexion's SpaceNavigator is a talented assistant for your 3D design and visualization applications. Instead of a mouse, it features a large controller cap to control the 3D objects. Pan, Zoom or rotate models with out repeatedly stopping to change directions. The ergonomic design makes it comfortable to use with either hand.
The SpaceNavigator features an unequaled compatibility with all the major 3D applications on Windows, Mac OS X. Linux and UNIX, including Adobe Acrobat, Autodesk Inventor, SolidWorks, Second Life, 3ds Max, Maya, Google Earth, NASA World Wind and Microsoft Virtual Earth. More than this, the 3Dconnexion is adding new applications all the time for future support!
The 3Dconnexion's SpaceNavigator, the perfect 3D design tool, provides powerful navigation at entry-level price. Boost your 3D design speed with it!
way better than the old notebook one
Pros: new carrying case, this one has a metal base and is more stable than the original one for notebooks. I am a 3d modeler, and us the desktop one religiously, but it is a pain to tote around. it is surprisingly stable for a smaller device, and has a grippy base that works very well on smooth surfaces.
Cons: airport security loves taking this thing out of my bag to look at it haha. also, cost is a bit high, and for cripes sakes logitech, make a wireless one!
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Pros: I haven't use it enough. I need time to answer at this question.
Cons: It doesn't have a good stability.
Other Thoughts: I haven't received the rebate yet(the Logitech VX Nano Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks)!
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“new carrying case, this one has a metal base and is more stable than the original one for notebooks. I am a 3d modeler, ...”— chris 3/12/2010
“I haven't use it enough. I need time to answer at this question.”— mz7dyj 5/17/2008