I still find it pretty hard to get used to the touchpad on the laptop, and don't even talk to me about the pointing stick that is found on older IBM (now Lenovo) ThinkPads. There is nothing quite like a mouse to use with when you're into serious computing moments, at least until some sort of psychic-controlled cursor is made available. The Logitech V550 Nano is the latest peripheral that helps you with your pointing problem, being a laptop mouse and all. What makes this $60 peripheral different from the rest is the inclusion of a clip dock that clips to the outside shell of your laptop, allowing your mouse to tag along with you wherever you go. Nothing groundbreaking here, but it is definitely much more convenient since you can be sure that your mouse remains with you wherever you go. The battery inside the mouse is said to last for up to 18 months, but that depends on how many hours you spend using it each day.