Summary: I needed to download newer software than came with the device because of a recent upgrade to OSX10.5. The device is either more limited than I thought it would be, or its real power remains hidden. I still can't get it to change my brush size in CS3, which is like the main thing it's touted as being able to do. It is, however, the BEST way to make one's way around Google Earth.
Summary: I like the idea of this product, but it has no support for the most recent Adobe products that I wanted to use it for, and I've not developed a habit of using it. So it's just a nice light effect for my office.
Summary: I have a windows xp machine, and this nulooq was not that easy to set up on it. I had to unplug it and put it back in, because it kept scrolling downward. In photoshop CS2, it worked okay for panning and zooming. The brush adjustments for the touch-sensitive tool tuner at the top was not working. The little dialog would come up while in photoshop, that displays the brush size. It would change as I tune the dial, but the brush itself doesn't change.
Summary: I was more than pleased with the operation of this device with Photoshop CS2. I just upgraded my Photoshop to CS3. Now the Nulooq device no longer works. I called Logitech about the problem. I was informed that Nulooq does not work with Photoshop CS3. A fix is in the works with no expected delivery date. A there is not beta software at this time. If you are used to using the Nulooq with Photoshop, I recommended not upgrading to CS3 until Logitech has a fix.
Summary: I'm long time, serious amateur photographer and use Photoshop heavily as digital dark room. Besides this product I as well use Wacom tablet. Although I use Photoshop I never got too much into remembering keyboard short cuts and loved the offer that I can zoom in & out, scroll with my free hand. Change tools without without removing my eyes from the keyboard. NuLOOQ successfully does that but being a PC user it lacks the navigator screen available for Mac users.
Summary: I am a professional photographer, & graphic designer. I recently purchased the Nulooq Navigator and really hoped to use it as my new control set. The Nulooq is a toy of a device, it is fun. it acts like a limited use joystick. On a PC you can program the nulooq to perform 7 different functions. 5 buttons, and two twist dials. The Tool dial software was only created for the Macintosh, and has been discontinued during version 1.
Summary: I'm sure this thing works great but just in case it wasn't obvious, it wasn't to me, it will only work on the Mac. The drivers are for the Mac and the Tooldial software is for the Mac. Maybe the blue lights come on if you plug it into a USB port but other than that, it is useless to purchase this product if you own a Windows PC.
Ein gutes Hilfsmittel vor allem für Tablettbenutzer
Ralf Bohde, Amazon
24 July 2007
Summary: Der Nulloq Navigator ist ein Eingabegerät ähnlich dem ShuttleXpress oder dem PowerMate von Griffin und liegt ausstattungsmässig recht sinnvoll zwischen beiden. Es gibt ein Joggingwheel mit 5 Tasten, das sehr an den iPod erinnert und ein Shuttlerad, das zusätzlich mit leichtem Druck nach oben oder zur Seite gedrückt werden kann.