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Tag: Mouse

Alestrukov’S Wooden Computer Mice: the Mightiest Mouse in the Forest

Alestrukov’S Wooden Computer Mice: the Mightiest Mouse in the Forest
These gorgeous computer mice are made from exotic woods, and are truly stunning. Created by Russia’s AlestRukov, each one is handcrafted using cultivated sustainable woods and carved, sanded and polished to a shiny finish using linseed oil and carnuba wax.

Grass Covered Mouse is Always Greener

Grass Covered Mouse is Always Greener
We’ve seen some strange computer mice over the years, and here’s a new one to add to the pile of unusual mousing devices. This one is covered with grass. Created by Japanese artist Hanaoka, the Siva mouse is part of a series of grass-covered objects he’s produced for the world to enjoy.
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Coffin-Shaped Mousetrap Lets You Show Respect for the Animal Whose Neck You Just Broke

Coffin-Shaped Mousetrap Lets You Show Respect for the Animal Whose Neck You Just Broke
I’m not sure if PETA would approve of Sarah Dery’s mousetrap design. On one hand, it provides captured mice with a decent resting place, and it makes it easy for you to toss them out the window while shrieking give them a proper burial.

Steampunk Skull Mouse for Those Who Are Creepy Yet Classy

Steampunk Skull Mouse for Those Who Are Creepy Yet Classy
Ivan Mavrov’s steampunk-style projects range from delicate dragonflies to clunky “time collectors,” but they’re all beautifully well crafted. But I think the award for ‘most likely to make your jaw drop’ clearly has to go to this item: the skull mouse.

Chocolate Mouse: Neither Edible Nor a Rodent

Chocolate Mouse: Neither Edible Nor a Rodent
The Chocolate Mouse belongs to a rare class of objects, with seemingly sensible names that turn out to be doubly stupid. Like the English sparrow, which is neither a sparrow nor English, but merely an Average Bird.

Logitech Unifying Receiver: One Receiver to Rule the Wireless USB Airwaves

Logitech Unifying Receiver: One Receiver to Rule the Wireless USB Airwaves
Logitech makes perfect use of wireless USB technology with their Unifying technology, which connects up to 6 compatible mice and keyboards (made by Logitech of course) to a computer using only a single, tiny receiver. It’s an awesome way to free up USB ports on your laptop, but obviously desktop users can also save space and eliminate clutter with this setup.

Dead Mouse Mouse: Worst Mouse Mod Ever

Dead Mouse Mouse: Worst Mouse Mod Ever
Ever since 2007’s creepy CompuBeaver casemod, there hasn’t been too much news in the budding field of computer taxidermy. I suppose that had to change sooner or later. This disturbing creation is a compact computer mouse that’s been stuffed into the carcass of an actual dead mouse.

Cideko Air Keyboard With Built-in Mouse, Remote Control: Want Want Want Want Want

Cideko Air Keyboard With Built-in Mouse, Remote Control: Want Want Want Want Want
Computex was over a week ago, but let’s jump back in time one last time and let’s take a look at this yummy piece of tech: Cideko’s Air Keyboard. The only thing that’s kinda stupid about this device is its name, because it’s not just a wireless keyboard, it’s also a mouse and a remote control.

Smartfish Trumotion Wireless Mouse Fights Wrist Strain Bobblehead Style

Smartfish Trumotion Wireless Mouse Fights Wrist Strain Bobblehead Style
Newly formed company Smartfish Technologies teamed up with the New York-based Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) to come up with a wireless mouse designed to prevent and alleviate wrist strain. The result? A bobblehead mouse. Well, not exactly but the TRU:MOTION mouse’s “thing” is that it pivots and conforms to the direction and angle of your hand’s movements, so that your wrist is never in a fixed position.

Combimouse: if It Ain’T Broke, Break It

Combimouse: if It Ain’T Broke, Break It
The Combimouse was invented by Ari Zagnoev. Like its name implies, the Combimouse combines a qwerty keyboard with a mouse, resulting in a wtf-inducing, but allegedly functional bizarro thing. The idea behind the Combimouse is to create an “effortless transition between keyboard and mouse operation” by integrating the mouse into the right half of the conventional keyboard.

Bamboo Keyboard and Mouse Give Your Computer Wood

Bamboo Keyboard and Mouse Give Your Computer Wood
Tired of plain old plastic peripherals? Own this computer? Then you might want to check out this keyboard and mouse made out of wood. Micro Innovations’ wooden keyboard and mouse are made primarily from eco-friendly bamboo, giving them a natural look that you don’t normally see sitting next to high-tech equipment.

Tec Lingo Wireless Mouse: for Computer Savvy Babies, Gnomes

Tec Lingo Wireless Mouse: for Computer Savvy Babies, Gnomes
This week’s words of wisdom come from five English women with somewhat talented songwriters: Too much of something is bad enough (bad eno~ugh). Alas, such is the case with the Lingo, a wireless mouse from Japanese company TEC.

Nintendo NES Controller Mouse: When Can I Buy One?

Nintendo NES Controller Mouse: When Can I Buy One?
Technabob reader Joseph Ayoub sent me an tip this morning with the simple message “WaOo i found this ! It’s just awesome!” I couldn’t agree more. While it turns out this NES-inspired mouse is just a foam model, somebody needs to put these into production now.

Weramouse Ergonomic Mouse Gets the Mouse Off the Desktop and Into Your Hands

Weramouse Ergonomic Mouse Gets the Mouse Off the Desktop and Into Your Hands
New Zealand has given us many great things. Sheep, Kiwis, Lord of the Rings, Eagle vs. Shark, Flight of the Conchords, and now the one-handed ambidextrous ergonomic mouse-ball. What will they think of next? The WeraMouse V2 (aka the Ergotouch Mouse) is just a little smaller than a conventional mouse, but you don’t put it on your desktop.

The Shocking Mouse, Perfect for the Annoying Co-Worker

The Shocking Mouse, Perfect for the Annoying Co-Worker
If you’re cheap, you can pick up some random iPod knockoff designed to deliver a nasty hilarious shock to the hands of the unwary Grabby McGrabberson. Isn’t laughter worth more than $3.95? Of course it is, why is why big spenders shell out $5.99 for the shocking mouse.

Gold Brick Mouse is 999.9 Pure Ridiculosity

Gold Brick Mouse is 999.9 Pure Ridiculosity
This gold bullion mouse is sure to make your friends and co-workers think that you’ve got money to burn – especially when you plug it into a matching gold brick USB hub and then plug that into your gold MacBook Pro.
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