mouse

  • MA-Touch1: Sanwa's Magic Mouse Clone For Windows PCs

    Apple’s Magic Mouse has obviously inspired Japanese accessory maker Sanwa Supply: the Tokyo-based company is offering the MA-Touch1 [JP], a wireless mouse with a multi-touch enabled top shell. The main (technical) difference is that the Sanwa mouse doesn’t support Bluetooth but works via a wireless USB connection instead. Read More

  • The Chameleon X-1 Is Both Mouse And Gamepad? Witch! Burn The Witch!

    Let me just say that when this thing was first brought to my attention, I made just about the sourest “skeptical face” I’ve ever made, and that’s saying something. But I’m going to be honest, when I saw what they’d done, I relaxed a bit, though my skepticism is still mostly intact. I mean, there are so many ways this thing could have totally sucked, but it… Read More

  • Smartfish Whirl Mini Signals The End Of The Tired Wrist Era


    Jokes, all jokes. The Smartfish Whirl Mini incorporates the same sort of design found in the full size model announced at CES 2010. So yeah, there’s a pivot point to allow your wrist and arm to move in a more natural movement. This time around there’s it’s packaged in a slightly smaller form factor to better accommodate traveling and for those that like smaller mice. (like… Read More

  • Razer Has A Tron: Legacy Gaming Mouse (With Flashy Lights!)

    What we have here is Razer‘s official Tron mouse. It certainly looks like Tron. Read More

  • OH HAI I HAS AN INVISIBLE MOUSE

    This is a quick hands-on with a clever UI solution called the Invisible Mouse. A $10 system uses lasers to “sense” your fingers in mid-air. You cup your hand to set the position of the mouse and then move it around on the table. You can even right and left click on the invisible surface. Read More

  • Meta Mouse: A Rat-controlled Car


    History has always told us that the chimera is bad for business. Centaurs were too sassy to survive and the basilisk was really mean. But what about a rat connected to an electronic car by its brain? That’s just creepy. This creature, made by researchers at the University of Tokyo, trained a rat to move a small car with only its brain. Apparently the car is directly wired to the… Read More

  • Asus WX-Lamborghini Mouse Rolls Through FCC

    Asus just had a new Lamborghini labeled product get approved by the FCC, for better or worse. The new mouse joins an already varied and colorful line of ill-advised products. I mean, really? Who buys a Lamborghini licensed mouse or laptop? If you own the car, you probably buy something a bit more high end, and if don’t have the car, you shouldn’t use one. It’s like the Ferrari… Read More

  • Microsoft's Arc Mouse Touch Shows Up In A Few More Shots

    The mystery product rumored and outed as the Arc Mouse Touch has been pictured in a few more marketing shots — this time in more real-world locations. How are these getting out? Is someone hacking deep into Microsoft’s databases? Monitoring email? Van Eck phreaking?! Oh… it turns out Microsoft has the pictures up on their retail partners site. Read More

  • Razer Lachesis Upgraded With New Sensor


    Razer’s Lachesis, an ambidextrous mouse which, I’m not going to lie, I didn’t like very much when I reviewed it, is getting a refresh. There’s a brand new 5600DPI sensor in there, plus you can now change the color of the LED lighting. But I wonder if they fixed the shape and button layout that gave me so much trouble way back in ’08? The Lachesis is selling for… Read More

  • Highly Sculpted Mouse Fits Your Hand Exactly, Or That's The Plan Anyway

    There are, as I have had many opportunities to observe, several approaches to “fitting” a mouse. You’ve got the “universal,” which has a sort of generally pleasing shape, like the SteelSeries Xai. You’ve got the highly-sculpted ones, which have individual grooves for your thumb and a sort of lopsided profile. A good recent example would be the Cyber… Read More