Designed to help you work out tension while you work on your computer, the wireless will offer 10 different vibration levels and two different vibration patterns, including steady and pulse modes. It’s not just designed to massage your hand though – you can pick it up to work out knots in your shoulders, arms, neck or **anywhere**. The mouse is wireless and has recharging base that connects to the computer via USB. The device uses optical tracking technology and has three buttons on the side to control the massaging effect. It lacks actual buttons instead using a touch sensitive surface for clicking. The mouse also has “relaxing” LED illumination around the outside and will work for Mac or Windows users.
Pricing and availability for the Massage Mouse are unknown, though it will be shown off at CES in January 2013.