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I-T Click Click Mouse: for People With Really Weak Wrists

by Lambert Varias
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Although it looks slightly like a sex toy, Suvil’s I-T Click Click is actually a mouse. Measuring only 3.4 x 1 x 0.8-inches, it’s so thin that you won’t need anything but your thumb and index finger to use it. Well not exactly, but we’ll get to that later.

It’ll definitely take some time to get used to the I-T Click Click because its controls are as weird as its name. The button on top serves as the left click button, while the button on the side is the right click. There’s also a scroll wheel on the right edge of the mouse. Looking at the picture, we can see how you can actually use your ring finger to scroll so you won’t have to move your index finger.

The I-T Click Click is currently available in Japan only. Online store Rakuten is selling it for ¥1,280 ($14 USD), down from its regular price of ¥1,980. Why is it discounted? Because Suvil just released the I-T Click Click 2, which is about 1.5 times larger than the I-T Click Click. The bigger  model also features a rubber top as opposed to the plastic cover of its smaller sibling. The I-T Click Click: because “finger mouse” would just be too naughty.

[via techfresh via SlipperyBrick]

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