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Computer Mice Grow Tails With Elecom’s Oppopet Mouse

by Hazel Chua
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It’s not every day that you chance upon a mouse with a tail. I’m not talking about that huge, mangy thing running around in the darkest corners of your attic though. Rather, I’m talking about none other than that little clicker that you’ve got beside your keyboard or laptop.

Elecom’s newest series of mice, the Mendo Oppopets, are setting out to take over your desktop (the real one). The tails might look like they’d be a nuisance to your wrist when you’re using the mouse, but don’t you worry. Each tail is meant to be removed as it’s actually a wireless dongle that you’re supposed to plug into a USB to use it.

The colors of the clickwheel match that of the mouse’s tail. They also correspond somewhat to the colors associated to the real, live animals that sports those tails. Choose from designs including that of a pig (pale pink), black (cat), lime green (chameleon), brown (squirrel), orange (fox), and so on and so forth.

[via Akihabara News via Slippery Brick]

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