Fingertip presentation aid combines mouse and laser pointer

Fingertip presentation aid combines mouse and laser pointer

Ideal for those big business presentations when PowerPoint is projected onto a big screen or for situations, such as a long plane or train journey, where there isn't enough space to work without violating fellow travellrs' personal space, the Ring Presenter is surprisingly comfortable to wear and offers the user all of the functionality of a wireless mouse or a remote cursor but without the need for extra desk or table space. On show at this year's CES, simply slip the Ring presenter on a finger then use the thumb of the same hand to scroll and track via its built-in sensor or click and select via its four buttons.

Despite the growing popularity of touch screens and gestures, creative applications such as Adobe Phtoshop or InDesign still require dedicated keyboard or mouse input and when on assignment, unless the office where a presentation is taking place has a state-of-the-art touch screen, chances are that it's going to be with a laptop plugged into a projector, therefore there will be a market for this novel little product for years to come. It also has an integrated laser pointer that is accurate to a distance of 10 meters. Pretty impressive for a device that measures 2.5 x 3.5 cm and retails in a choice of colors for as little as $80.