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eVouse concept is part mouse, part tablet, and part digital pen

Posted in Microsoft by Shane McGlaun on February 11th, 2010

Other than that slick SideWinder gaming keyboard with the number pad that can be put on either side, none of the products from Microsoft typically stand out in my eyes as far as design goes. A new design concept over at Yanko Design has tipped up with the Microsoft brand.

The device is called the eVouse and it combines touch tech from a tablet computer, mouse tech for navigation, and digital pen for drawing with design software. The device is shaped like a “V” and when used as a mouse the front buttons are touch sensitive and glow when pressed.

Mad Catz Cyborg R.A.T. mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on January 6th, 2010

This mouse looks like it came from the future to kill all other mice, with it’s abundance of buttons, John Conner style. The Mad Catz line of USB Cyborg mice don’t just look awesome, they also feature adjustable ergonomics/weights, DPIs up to 5600 and prices up to $130.

As to what all of those buttons do, we’re still trying to figure that out. We do know that it beats your current gaming mouse by a landslide.

Road Mice look like cars and work like a mouse

Posted in Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on December 14th, 2009

roadmice-sgNovelty mice are all fine and good, but most of them don’t really appeal to me. The typical novelty mouse isn’t very easy to use either. Road Mice has announced a new line of mice that look like popular cars.

You can get the mice in the shape of several really cool cars. You can get a Shelby GT500, Lamborghini, Challenger, Dodge Viper and more. The mice connect to Mac or Windows computers via USB.

Jelfin mouse lets PC users have a ball

Posted in Mouse by Shane McGlaun on December 11th, 2009

jelpinmouseThe computer mouse has been the input device of choice for a long time now in the computer world. There are other mouse alternatives, but odds are most of us use a traditional mouse. If you like the traditional mouse but would like something a bit different and more ergonomic, the Jelfin mouse may be perfect for you.

The Jelfin mouse is a ball-shaped mouse that is covered with a gel material. The gel material makes the mouse more comfortable and the maker says you can squeeze it like a stress ball. Sensitivity is 1000 dpi.

Cyber Snipa unveils Silencer gaming mouse

Posted in Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on December 10th, 2009

cybersnipasilencer-sgTis the season to give gamers new peripherals and gear to replace the stuff they wore out during the year. A new mouse is a good gift idea and Cyber Snipa has announced its latest called the Silencer. The Silencer is packed with features.

The Mouse has adjustable sensitivity on the fly of 100 dpi to 5000 dpi. Nine buttons on the mouse are programmable with seven different profiles for 63 total macro combinations. The mouse also features an adjustable weight cartridge and 150 inches per second tracking capability.

Sustail Wind-up Mouse

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on December 10th, 2009

Sustail Wind-up MouseLooking for a mouse that looks and acts like an old wind-up toy? One that might even do away with the battery problems of wireless mice? Well, this is one way to go. And it looks like an actual mouse too.

The Sustail Wind-Up Mouse winds up using the key, which is stored underneath when not in use. You’ll hear a distinct sound when it’s fully “charged”. Looks like a happy meal toy for a techie kid.

Lego Mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on December 7th, 2009

Lego MouseIt had to happen eventually. After all we have Lego everything else. Why not a mouse too? Check out this fun Lego Mouse. It won’t be kind to your wrist, but it will go with your other Lego stuff.

This mouse features an 800 DPI sensor, a scroll wheel and left and right mouse buttons, and measures 3.7 inches by 1.2 inches by 2.1 inches with a USB connection. The Lego Mouse is compatible with both Windows and Mac OS X. It will only cost you $31.96.

SteelSeries offers limited edition mouse and mouse pad

Posted in Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on December 4th, 2009

steelsereisikarimouse-sgIt’s Christmas time and gamers around the world are asking Santa for new gaming gear for their computers. That means it’s a good time of year to offer limited edition items like mice and mouse pads for gamers to drool over.

SteelSeries has announced a limited edition version of the Ikari laser gaming mouse and QcK mouse pad celebrating the Sudden Attack video game. The mouse isn’t really branded with anything from the game; it simply sports a green and black camo pattern on top. The mouse has an LCD for viewing settings and can record macros. Each mouse sold has its own camo pattern.

Russian wood Mouse is eco-friendly, well polished

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on November 23rd, 2009

Russian wood Mouse is eco-friendly, well polishedComputer mice are mostly boring, but now and again something new catches our eye. Like these beautiful computer mice made from exotic woods. They were created by Russia’s AlestRukov, each one handcrafted from cultivated sustainable woods and carved, sanded and polished until they are shiny wood bling.

Each one is built from quality electronic components and feature an optical resolution of 1600 dpi, along with microswitches rated for over 1 million clicks. If that isn’t enough, how about a stiff, yet bendable cable that keeps the cord from getting in your way.

Sony VGP-BMS80 VAIO Bluetooth Laser Mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on November 13th, 2009

Sony VGP-BMS80 VAIO Bluetooth Laser MouseSony’s VGP-BMS80 VAIO Bluetooth Laser Mouse features technology that is a little more serious than a typical mouse. This guy will give you wireless control of your PS3 or PC as long as it’s within range.

An optical sensor on top lets you use the mouse in the air like a trackpad, making it great for presentations. I guess you could say that this is the Vaio version of a wii-mote. It will cost you $80.

Wireless Encryption Mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on October 8th, 2009

Wireless Encryption MouseBrando has been busy building a more secure mouse. The Wireless Encryption Mouse makes it easy to secure sensitive data on your laptop. That’s because it features a “Folder Encryption” function, where folders can be encrypted on your PC, so that they can only be accessed when the mouse and wireless receiver is plugged in. That should keep your naughty pictures safe.

The Wireless Encryption Mouse is available in green, red, yellow and silver and works on the 2.4GHz wireless frequency with 1600dpi resolution. The Wireless Encryption Mouse will cost you $22.

Microsoft looks to build a better mouse

Posted in Microsoft by Shane McGlaun on October 5th, 2009

msmouse1Microsoft is big in the R&D realm for all sorts of things from hardware to software. In fact, the company has the largest R&D budget in the world at over $9 billion according to some reports. Microsoft makes all sorts of computer mice and the firm has unveiled five prototype mice that combine new input methods with tried and true form factors.

The prototype mice were debuted at the UIST conference and combine the typical mouse with multi-touch technology. Microsoft thinks that the new mice can set a new standard for interaction. One of the most interesting is the FTIR Mouse that uses a camera to sense where the user is touching the clear surface and react to the input.

Elecom Soap Mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on September 16th, 2009

Soap MouseWant to send someone a message about their personal hygiene? Why not gift them the Soap Mouse from Elecom. The company just launched this USB mouse that looks like… soap. Soap on a usb rope if you will.

The Elecom M-SP1UR/ M-SP2UR optical mouse features 800dpi resolution and weighs just 65-grams. It won’t clean anything and it just smells like plastic, but if you are a fan of soap, hey why not. It’s available in three colors and retails for 2000 Yen or about $21.

Skull mouse is the creepiest steampunk mouse ever

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on August 23rd, 2009

Skull mouse is the creepiest steampunk mouse everUsually I see a good steampunk designed gadget and I want it. On this one I think I’ll pass. But if you are a member of the Addams family or the Munsters, this may be your ideal point and click device. Even the mouse made from real mouse parts wasn’t this creepy.

This morbid monstrosity of a mouse was created by steampunk artist Ivan Mavrovic. On his site, he says, “”the sheep dyed naturall death”. Well that may be somewhat comforting for the sheep, I don’t want to push this one around all day. Makes me feel sheepish.

Mogo Mouse for Netbooks launches

Posted in Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on August 6th, 2009

mogo-x54_netbook-sbOne of the things I dislike most about notebooks and especially netbooks is the track pad. Most netbooks have the track pad so close to the keyboard that I end up hitting the track pad with the palm of my hand while typing.

That means I like to have a notebook mouse with me at all times. One of the coolest mice for notebooks is the Mogo Mouse that stores in the PC Card slot. The catch for netbooks is that the little machines lack a PC Card slot.