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Monday, 08 March 2010 10:19

Personalize your notebook with CHOIIX

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Cebit 2010 hands on: Tri-functional C-MQ01
travelpad


Today we will give you short hands on review of a small and rather cute product, a tri-functional travelpad dubbed C-MQ01. We got it on the first day of Cebit as a present from Choiix and we used  it during the show. It turned out to be very practical thing, hence we'd like to share our experiences.

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You can use it whether as a mouse pad, screen protector or laptop duster. It can be used with all types of netbooks or notebooks and it measures 22.5x17cm. It comes packed in a plastic frame as you can see from the picture below.

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There are many fashionable designs to choose from. The upper material is anti-microbacterial anti-static, while the back side is some type of rubber and you can stretch it. We used C-MQ01 like a mousepad and to clean dirt from keyboard in the press center.

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It feels robust and will probably endure quite a few trade shows. It is available for about 8$ and at that price it's hard not to recommend it. As you can see, the Bundeswehr has already pushed it into front line service.

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