3DConnexion PC/Linux/Mac SpaceNavigator USB Pro CAD Control
3DConnexion 3DX-700028-CAD SpaceNavigator USB CAD Control, 6DoF Sensor, 2 Buttons, Black/ Silver, For Windows/Linux/OS X
SpaceNavigator is the 3D mouse that lets everyone explore the freedom of intuitive, precise 3D navigation.
Superior 3D Navigation
SpaceNavigator’s patented 6-Degrees-of-Freedom (6DoF) sensor is specifically designed to manipulate digital content or camera positions.
Simply push, pull, twist or tilt the 3Dconnexion controller cap to intuitively pan, zoom and rotate, while your other hand simultaneously uses your existing mouse to select, create or edit.
Easy to Use
Each of SpaceNavigator’s two buttons opens its own radial menu providing convenient mouse-click access to four application commands.
*Only with 3DxWare 10. Driver update may be required.
Create your own menus in seconds or choose from presets designed to take SpaceNavigator's capabilities further than ever.
3DxWare 10 allows you to customize and optimize your SpaceNavigator for peak performance.
Easily tailor settings and buttons to your application and needs. Take advantage of exciting new features. Design, create and navigate in brave new ways. Features Technical Specification
• 3Dconnexion six-degrees-of-freedom (6Dof) sensor
• Dimensions (LxWxH): 78mm x 78mm x 53mm / 3.1” x 3.1” x 2.1”
• Weight: 479g / 106lb
• SpaceNavigator 3D Mouse
• CD ROM: Drivers, Demos and Tools
Supported Operating Systems
• Microsoft Windows
• OS X
Certifications and Registration
• CE, FCC (Class B), BSMI, KCC, WEEE, WHQL
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|Features & Functions||Tilt|
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Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- Return to base
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
Date Issued: 29th Jul 2009
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