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TechRaptor’s Brilliant Swiftpoint Z Review
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TechRaptor’s Brilliant Swiftpoint Z Review

TechRaptor is committed to helping people get the most out of their technology, their games, and everything in between. They provide an alternative source of news, reviews, and articles in both Tech and Gaming, and do a great job of keeping their readers up to date and informed while satisfying the ...

All things Ergo review the Swiftpoint GT
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All things Ergo review the Swiftpoint GT

Ergonomic Mouse! The Swiftpoint GT was put under the spotlight by the Jason at Allthingsergo.com. Jason started blogging about all things ergonomics in 2011, a topic that deeply interested him. His blog eventually grew into AllThingsErgo.com, now one of the Internet’s leading independent review site...

Swiftpoint Launches at E3
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Swiftpoint Launches at E3

E3, the annual trade fair for the video game industry being held in Los Angeles from 13 -15 June, is considered by many to be the biggest gaming news expo of the year. Swiftpoint is attending this event to showcase the Z as a step towards our launch of the Z to gamers, designers and...

Welcome To Our New Website:
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Welcome To Our New Website:

With a new product comes a whole list of new functions for us at Swiftpoint. We have updated our website to allow us to grow and support the community around our newest product the Swiftpoint Z. For those new, to Swiftpoint you can read about us and learn more about our team and what we...

The Swiftpoint Z Kickstarter Project
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The Swiftpoint Z Kickstarter Project

If you’re a Gamer, Designer or a Power User, The Z will let you interact with your computer in a faster, more precise & intuitive way. Here are the many reasons why the Swiftpoint Z has created buzz and gained massive support through crowd funding.

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The Huffington Post “Favorite Tech Gadgets From CES 2015”

“The mouse combines natural touch gestures with the precision and convenience of a traditional mouse. It uses a full range of touch gestures with a natural finger and wrist action for swiping, flicking, zooming (think of holding a pen to multitask). There really isn’t a more comfortable mouse on the market.” Full report!

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