Genius makes all sorts of computer accessories and peripherals, and has for a long time. The latest peripheral from the company is the Genius 2.4GHz Wireless Ring Mouse and it is pretty cool. This mouse would be perfect for the people that are on the road all the time that want a mouse that needs no desk to operate.
Early last year we talked about a steampunk wired mouse called the Rotobotmouse made by Aaron Ristau. The designer is back with another new mouse for geeks that like retro mixed with modern called the Wireless Mouse Version 2 and it shares many of the same features with that original.
One of the best games that I’ve played was Knights of the Old Republic. Hopefully, Bioware’s upcoming title, Star Wars: The Old Republic, will be something along the same lines (in a MMORPG way). Needless to say, if you’re gaming on your PC, you’ll need a nifty keyboard and mouse combo, which is why Razer is releasing their new Old Republic-themed peripherals.
Logitech has just announced a plethora of new tablet accessories. Of them all, the Logitech Keyboard Case is definitely the most interesting to me. As the name implies, it’s both a case and a keyboard for your iPad.
The Apple logo sticker included with purchased Apple products shows that the company expects its customers to be proud of owning an Apple product. It’s just one of the things that endears fans and irritates others to the company.
I’m all for turning my workstation into a funner, more comfortable place to work in. Anything that adds color or flair to my desk receives a warm welcome. When Microsoft’s Mobile Mouse 3500 Artist Edition mice that are slated to arrive next month makes its way to my table, it will receive a sizzling hot welcome.
There’s something inherently cool about technology that’s been merged with materials other than slick plastics and metals. Materials like wood and fabric are rarely the first thing to pop into our minds when we thing of gadgets.
If you love Microsoft’s Arc Mouse, then this should be right up your alley. The Void Mouse was designed by Vrouyr Joubanian and he’s streamlined the input device as much as he could – resulting in the most minimal mouse we’ve ever seen.
Have you ever been annoyed by your mouse and it’s incessant clicking while you navigate the web? Actually, you probably haven’t. However, your partner might have a problem with it, depending on how close your workstation is to the bedroom.
The brain inside Peter Balch’s steampunk mouse may be fake – at least that’s what Balch says – but it’s as creepy as the steampunk mouse with sheep skull on it. Also, I can’t figure out how you’re supposed to hold this thing.
There are gobs of mice on the market and many of them claim to be ergonomic and help to prevent repetitive stress injuries. The catch with some of the portable mice that are around is that the things are only for right-handed users.
Wanna see a fast robot? These tiny little robotic mice are designed to make their way through a maze, with the simple goal of finding their way to the end of the maze. Apparently, racing tiny “micromouse” robots is a regular occurence in Japan, but this is the first time I’ve witnessed the sport.
Etsy seller Chrystal Doucette (aka Digitalsoaps) is kind of a big deal on the Internets because of her delightfully geeky bath products. This time, she’s outdone herself, making the most complicated soap I have ever seen:
The Razer TRON gaming mouse is packed so full of win I might choke. I mean, I like PC gaming, I like Razer, I like TRON, it’s a trifecta of geeky nirvana for me. If you feel the same way, you will be tickled to death to hear than the mouse is now shipping after we first laid eyes on the thing back in June.