Do you suck at first-person shooters? Kamal Carter might have the solution. He built a servo-controlled robotic rig that moves a mouse exactly where targets are by scanning the screen for specific colors. It cheats quite well in the FPS trainer AimLab, but it’ll need more work to be accurate in a real game.
The vast majority of computer mice are made out of cheap plastic. Artist Uri Tuchman wanted to create something with a bit more substance, so he took the electronics out of a mouse and painstakingly crafted a new enclosure out of brass then engraved it with an ornate filigree pattern.
This bumpy computer mouse from HedgeHog Health is designed to provide kids with learning challenges like ASD or ADHD with physical stimulation. But one look at the colorful and tactile surface of these pointing devices, and we want one of them on our desk too. Pre-orders start shipping in December 2020.
The Zephyr is a premium gaming mouse with a difference. Its open cage structure provides access to a built-in adjustable speed cooling fan, keeping palms dry and sweat-free during frenzied fragging sessions. It’s accurate too, with a 16,000 DPI resolution, and programmable RGB lighting with dynamic animations.
After building himself a rustic keyboard from wood, builder of things The Q decided to make a matching mouse. He started out with a hunk of nice hardwood, copied the shape of a plastic mouse onto it, then got to work cutting it down, sculpting its form, then carving out its center to make room for its mechanism.
Using a regular computer mouse every day can lead to repetitive strain injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome. Sinji’s sharkfin style wireless mouse is designed to put your right hand and lower arm in a more neutral position, improving comfort, and potentially reducing the risk of injury. It’s 45% off in The Awesomer Shop.
Razer’s top-of-the-line wireless gaming mouse features an astoundingly precise 20,000 DPI sensor, tracks up to 600 inches per second, and is roughly 25% faster than its competition. It packs 14-zone Chroma RGB lighting, 11 programmable buttons with fast optical switches, a lift-off sensor, and customizable scroll wheel resistance.
Get a great deal on this speedy and aggressively-styled gaming mouse from Azio. It features an on-the-fly adjustable DPI setting from 800 to 2400 dpi, six buttons, a scroll wheel, and blue LED lighting. Save 24% in The Awesomer Shop.
GlassOuse is a Bluetooth pointing device for people who have difficulty using their hands. It connects to devices just like a regular Bluetooth mouse. The original version has a bite switch; v1.2 lets users choose between a bite switch, a button or a puff switch.
Simone Giertz and William Osman teamed up to do something stupid and silly. They took Simone’s goofy Citicar and turned it into a giant computer mouse. Driving and steering controls the cursor, while honking the horn is a click. It totally sucks, but that’s what we expected.
While you can buy an off-the-shelf wooden mouse these days, we much prefer handcrafted items, like the one that ThisWoodwork made from scratch, using an existing plastic mouse as a rough form for creating a sweet pointing device, complete with a wooden scroll wheel.
A new variant of Logitech’s flagship mouse. The MX Master 2S has the same comfortable shape and adustable click wheel as its predecessor. New to the device is the ability to use the mouse to seamlessly transfer files across up to three computers using Logitech Flow.
Never worry about running out of mousing area again with this 33.6″ x 22.8″ pad with a cloth surface perfect for sliding a mouse anywhere on it. A rubber back prevents slipping, and the stitched edge ensures durability. Includes a pair of flip-up kickstands for smartphones.