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OreObject SPHEREglow: One of kind sphere mouse

On June 22, 2012, in Gadgets, by Mike Jefferson

It the past we have covered all sorts of peripherals, and if you’re looking for an unusual computer mouse, today we might have the perfect device for you.


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We have covered all sorts of computer input devices in the past, and if you’re looking for sleek computer mouse, today we have the perfect device for you.


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Level 10 M Mouse: Ergonomic and unusual mouse for gamers

On January 30, 2012, in Gadgets, Gaming, by Mike Jefferson

We have seen all sorts of gaming peripherals, and if you’re looking for unusual gaming mouse, today we have a device you might find suitable.

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If you’re a successful businessman and have buckets and buckets load of cash, this uniquely designed computer mouse may seem like a perfectly sensible gadget for you to buy, afterall it probably means only spending a tiny portion of your saving’s interest. Like the world’s most expensive diamond encrusted shirt we featured, what we have here is a $26,730 luxury mouse from Pat Says Now that’s spiculated with diamonds. You’ll even be able to personalize the mouse with diamond initials or a pattern of your choosing, this of course all demands on the amount of money that you’re paying.

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For those keen on checking out the latest tech that are currently in development, here’s a video that is well worth watching (it is eight minutes long possibly NSFW!). Microsoft is showing off five concept mice with added functionality. All of them seek to replace traditional move-and-click with touch sensitivity through either capacitive sensing, video recognition, sensor articulation, or laser scanning.

Multi-touch technologies are all the rage, letting people use multiple fingers to zoom, pinch and manipulate objects on screen in everything from the iPhone to Microsofts upcoming Windows 7 operating system. But what about multi-touch on a mouse?


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Funny name and funny look, Hippus’ HandshoeMouse indeed does not look anything like your average computer mouse, but its odd looks does have a purpose. If you’re like myself and often find yourself just sitting in front of the computer multitasking, you can end up putting extra strain on your body just repetitively doing the same routine over and over again, everyday! In this case, the HandshoeMouse has been designed to reduce the chance that you’ll cause this strain to yourself, which is so-called, repetitive strain injury. The concept of the HandshoeMouse is much like the safetype ergonomic keyboard which we featured back in October of last year, where the typing position is changed rather awkwardly from the position we normally find ‘natural’.

The objective of the development was to realize to contour which allows for a relaxed hand position. The resulting shape of the HandshoeMouse fully supports the hand. Only a minor contraction of the muscles of the fingers is required to operate switches and srcoll wheel. Arms and hands remain in a relexed position.

Though the HandshoeMouse does come with a hefty pricetag of $120 USD, it has been I would say a thoroughly thought out concept, though like most medical or therapeutic gadgets of this kind, you don’t really know if it’ll work for you! HandshoeMouse comes in three sizes to fit your hand, it’s features include optical scanning of 800dpi, two ergonomically designed buttons and a scroll wheel, so really the pricetag is all about the design, nothing more fancy than that!

[via Engadget]