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Great design, solid execution, flexible - a great alternative tool.
Mister Mark, Amazon
4 July 2007
Summary: This is a gem of an input device if your expectations include programmable functionality across programs but you don't need an advanced graphics program controller. The NuLooq is a departure from much of the crap that's on the market that don't offer a leap over the flimsy keypads and wowie-zowie...
Summary: This is a nifty little device. Good heft and non-slip rubber bottom means it stays put. I got this device to make video editing easier, and it made it easier. Scrubbing the clip and pinpointing an exact frame is much easier than with a mouse using the touchwheel on the top.
Summary: This product was not the godsend that everyone made it out to be at first (the tool dial software has been discontinued because it was not what people expected and not nearly as efficient as it was initially made out to be), but it is a very handy tool that can really streamline your workflow and...
Summary: Im a windows user, web designer, i bought it because zooming and panning is most thing that wasts time while working in photoshop and other programs like After effects, i was excited that there is a solution for this problem, however when i received it, i was disappointment.
Summary: I must admit, it took me a while getting use to it. But once I got the hang of NuLOOQ, it was an addiction. I use it regularly for MAYA and MODO and ofcourse Photoshop CS2. It also works very well with Google's SketchUp. I DO recommend this product.
Summary: I love my tooldial and its' software. My only complaint is that you must have a very large proccessor to run it effectively. I frequently find that it gums up photoshop and in-design a little. Overall great product and I expect them to have some updates to work out the bugs.