Razer has released a set of tools for Windows that it says will allow you to get creative with the mouse’s motion and gesture controls.
Razer’s latest version of the Mouse Suite, which is a collection of software designed specifically for the Windows operating system, includes several new features.
The first, which we’ll call the Motion Controller, allows you to control motion with the thumb and index finger.
Razer says the Mouse Controller also lets you control mouse movement by moving the thumb toward the cursor, the area where the mouse is being held.
The second new feature, called the Move Motion Controller (which we’ll also call the Grip), allows you, for example, to control the direction the mouse pointer is pointing in an app or game by moving your thumb to the left or right.
The third new feature is called the Touch Motion Controller and lets you manipulate touch screens with your thumb and pointer finger.
The fourth new feature Razer calls the Accelerometer, which lets you move the mouse cursor and track mouse movement with your fingertips.
The fifth new feature and third new Razer feature are called the D-Pad, which Razer says lets you play a game using the pointer and trigger the Dpad.
We won’t go into all the new features in detail here, but if you’re a fan of mouse and pad controllers, the new Mouse Suite should be a great addition to your computer.