This interesting levitating wireless computer mouse, called Bat, is designed by KIBARDINDESIGN Studio and currently in the stage of testing period and research market. The Bat is a set that consists of a mouse pad base and floating mouse with magnet ring. One of the goal behind this product is to prevent and treat the contemporary disease Carpal tunnel syndrome (Median nerve dysfunction / entrapment) which can lead to numbness, tingling, weakness, or muscle damage in the hand and fingers. Not sure is it really help with the design but the floating mouse itself is definitely cool and worth trying.
The arc mouse is a mouse that can be moved freely along the curves of a lap, therefore eliminating the need for a table. The mouse was designed for busy office workers who commute a lot but hate using the track pad on laptop. The mouse can be used even where there is no flat surface. The curved ergonomics makes it possible for you to grip it well and use it on surfaces that may not be flat. Too bad it is still a concept now…Just love this curved ergonomic mouse! [source]
Computer Mouse may slowly be replaced by touch pads and other touch sensitive devices but there is still a huge fan following for these extremely ergonomic devices that let us use computers in the easiest manner possible. In today’s post, we round up 10 Innovative and Functional Computer Mouse Designs. Some are chosen for their functionality while others for their extra ordinary designs. Hope you enjoy.
Wow-pen Traveler – Wireless Ergonomic Computer Mouse [amazon]
Wireless, Optical mouse. Has laser pointer also! Works from up to 15 feet away from your computer. Comes with charger. Ergonomic design. Left & Right click and scroll buttons are right under your finger tip. Works with PC or MAC. USB 2.0 RECHARGEABLE! On/off switch at the bottom. compatible with Mac’s and PC’s. Very cool mouse- it has everything you would need!
Today’s poster is about mouse and soap… What’s the relation between those two…?
This soap from a Taiwan retailer is for people who can’t bear to leave their computer peripherals behind… . It’s only $5.75 to alert all your roommates to your creepy mouse infatuation.