While it might look cute, Celluon‘s Evomouse is actually pretty useful. The dog-like device uses an IR sensor to track your finger movements, turning any flat surface into a virtual trackpad, yearning to replace your mouse.
The built-in IR sensor allows the Evomouse to track gestures and turn them into pointer movements. The main benefit of these devices is that they take so little space. They can be easily taken with you pretty much anywhere, and may be comfortable for those of you used to touchscreens and trackpads on devices these days.
The Evomouse uses similar technology to their Magic Cube, which projects a virtual keyboard onto your desktop surface. Both the Evomouse and Magic Cube work with Windows PCs, as well as iOS, Android, WinMo, Palm OS, RIM OS, Symbian mobile devices. Actually, they’ll work with any device with Bluetooth HID support. They’re available for pre-order. The Evomouse sells for $99.95 (USD) while the Magic Cube sells for $199.95. Expected delivery is in May.