Odin is the first laser projection mouse in the world. This is intuitive, responsive, easy to use laser projection mouse. You may wonder what Odin means. In Germanic mythology, Odin is a widely attested god and usually he is associated with healing, death, royalty, knowledge, battle, sorcery, poetry, frenzy, and the runic alphabet. So after hearing Odin you may think that this mouse is extra huge, with dangerous look, but trust me this laser projection mouse is way smaller than a regular mouse, and even more easy to use.

To have a clear view on dimensions, I can say that Odin is 3 time smaller than Razer Deathadder. It only weighs 40 grams and it is so portable, that you can easily put it in your pocket. Design is rather different from those which we are used to see. From my point of view it looks like a Desepticon from transformers Tv series, so if you like the movie you will definitely like the design as well. This mouse is like a track pad, but the main advantage is that you can place it anywhere you like. Beside the actions which regular mouse or normal track pad can give, it is nothing compared to Odin mouse review. With it you can move the cursor, scroll, drag, go forward and backward, zoom in and out.

Now let’s talk about how it feels when using world’s first laser projection mouse. Main inspiration while creating this mouse was reduction of carpal tunnel. Carpal tunnel syndrome is a painful, progressive condition that occurs when the median nerve in the wrist is compressed. The nerve may become compressed because it has swollen, the tendons are inflamed, or both. This is really painful and in order to solve this problem group of engineers specialized in optical-electronics, with 10 years of working experience have created Odin.

If you are planning on buying a pool, you may be looking at the accessories as well. There are hundreds of pool accessories available on the market today. Some help improve the cleanliness of the pool, some increase safety, some add functionality to the pool, and others improve the aesthetics of the pool. Taking the time to do your research on the various types of accessories available will help you determine which are ideal for your pool. Keep in mind, that the accessories you need may change depending on the type of pool you are planning to buy. Here are some of the top pool accessories and what information you should know if you are considering the accessory type.

Salt Chlorine Generators

A salt chlorine generator works by converting salt into pure chlorine in your pool water. This helps you to get clean, silky water without the harsh side effects of burning eyes, strong odors, and discolored bathing suits that are associated with chlorine pools. Salt chlorine generators also require less maintenance than using chlorine in your pool. A salt chlorine generator typically costs around $1,500 to $2,500 installed. You can expect to pay around $100 per year on salt, depending on the size of your pool.

Also keep in mind that the component that converts salt to chlorine, called the cell, only lasts three to six years. The cost of replacing it typically runs around $600 to $900 dollars. However, while this deters some people, keep in mind that the cost of replacing this part is typically what you would spend on products to maintain a traditional chlorine pool for the same time period. As such, they end up costing about the same.

Just got yourself a the best iPhone SE accessories? Check out our run down of the best cases, speakers, headphones and more.

iPhone SE leather case (£29)

This is the official Apple case for the SE, and comes in two colours: black or midnight blue.

Because it’s precision crafted, it fits snugly and so adds next to no extra bulk to your handset.

It’s made from specially tanned and finished European leather, giving it a supple, premium feel.

And on the inside you’ll find a soft micro fibre lining that stops your phone from getting scratched.