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GlassOuse Assitive Bluetooth Mouse

GlassOuse Assitive Bluetooth Mouse
$499  Buy Link Comment

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.

Computer Mouse Car

Computer Mouse Car

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.

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Lexip Gaming Mouse

Lexip Gaming Mouse
~$120+  Pledge Comment

Most gaming mice are packed with buttons and scroll wheels. But the Lexip takes a different approach. It has two joysticks – one inside that you control by tilting the mouse itself, and one outside to be used with your thumb. A left-handed version is also available.

Making a Wooden Mouse

Making a Wooden Mouse

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.

Logitech MX Master 2S

Logitech MX Master 2S
$100  Buy Comment

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.

Jelly Comb Jumbo Mouse Pad

Jelly Comb Jumbo Mouse Pad
$20  Buy Comment

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.

Deal: Razer Diamondback Mouse

Deal: Razer Diamondback Mouse
$60  Buy Comment

The Collector’s Edition of the legendary gaming mouse offers an impressive 16,000 dpi laser sensor for precise control, and wicked fast acceleration. It has 7 programmable buttons, and slick, customizable lighting effects. Save 40% in The Awesomer Shop.

Mad Catz R.A.T. 1 Mouse

Mad Catz R.A.T. 1 Mouse
$30  Buy Comment

Mad Catz’ modular new entry-level mouse has three parts: the chassis, the palm rest and the sensor module, i.e. the actual mouse. You can take just the sensor module with you if you want a compact mouse, and soon you’ll be able to 3D print custom palm rests.

Logitech MX Master Mouse

Logitech MX Master Mouse
$100  Buy Link Comment

The MX Master’s 1000dpi sensor works on pretty much any surface. It also has a built-in battery that lasts up to 40 days, a thumb wheel and buttons and can connect either via its USB dongle or via Bluetooth with up to three devices.

Razer Turret

Razer Turret

The Razer Turret is a foldable lapdesk with an integrated Bluetooth/ 2.4GHz USB wireless keyboard and a magnetic mousepad. It also comes with a 3500DPI mouse and a charging dock. Available Q2 2015 for $130.

gStick Pen Mouse

gStick Pen Mouse
$25++  Pledge Comment

From the makers of the gScreen SpaceBook comes an ergonomic and intuitive mouse. The gStick is a wireless mouse with 1200dpi sensitivity. It has a removable tip to make it easy to clean its ceramic ball.

IRIScan Scanner Mouse

IRIScan Scanner Mouse
$70  Buy Link Comment

Similar to LG’s LSM-100, the IRISCan Mouse doubles as a 300dpi scanner. It processes your scan in real time, while its bundled software lets you share and convert your scan easily.

The Bat Levitating Mouse

The Bat Levitating Mouse

Vadim Kibardin’s prototype design for a computer mouse which hovers over the mouse pad using magnets. Its reduced friction is intended to prevent and alleviate carpal tunnel syndrome.

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EGO! Smartmouse

EGO! Smartmouse
~$106  Pledge Comment

A multi-talented mouse, the EGO! Smartmouse can also be used as an air mouse, a flash drive, a password manager, and a touch- and motion-based controller for games and other programs. Whew.

Logitech G600 Mouse

Logitech G600 Mouse

The G600 has 12 thumb buttons and has a laser sensor that can track up to 8220dpi.  Users can save profiles for both the buttons and the tracking resolution and switch between them on the fly.

Carbon Fiber Magic Mouse

Carbon Fiber Magic Mouse
$29-$99  Buy Comment

Apple fans looking to upgrade the looks of their Magic Mouse can have it covered in a durable carbon fiber vinyl in black, graphite, silver or white. Mail in your current mouse or get a brand new one.

Level 10 M Mouse

Level 10 M Mouse

Thermaltake and BMW’s DesignWorksUSA collaborated on this sexy mouse, with an open, adjustable body, and passive air flow for cooling sweaty palms. Wired, though, for optimal gaming.

Glass Multi-Touch Peripherals

Glass Multi-Touch Peripherals
$150-$250+  Pledge Comment

While touch sensitive keyboards aren’t the most practical of devices, there’s no denying the feast for the eyes of Jason Gidding’s see-through keyboard and mouse, now raising funds on Kickstarter.

Microsoft Touch Mouse

Microsoft Touch Mouse
~$40  Buy Link Comment

Microsoft’s answer to Apple’s Magic Mouse, with support for gestures under Windows 7 (only). We’ve tried it and, dare we say it, like it better than Apple’s, thanks to its superior ergonomics.

LG LSM-100 Scanner Mouse

LG LSM-100 Scanner Mouse
~$145  Buy Link Comment

A laser mouse that transforms into a scanner at the press of a button. It can process up to A3 sized pages and also has OCR technology, so you can easily paste scanned text into documents.

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SteelSeries x Diablo III

SteelSeries x Diablo III

The $119 headset has 50mm drivers, audio controls on its cord and a retractable mic. The $70 mouse has 7 buttons, 5,000 cpi laser and a matte grip. Diablo-themed mousepads also available.

Nexus Silent Mouse

Nexus Silent Mouse
$28  Buy Link Comment

Need to work in a quiet environment? Annoyed by the clicking sound of your mouse? Check out the Nexus 7000 Silent Mouse – its buttons barely make any sound. A 5-button model will also be released.

Logitech M515 Couch Mouse

Logitech M515 Couch Mouse
$50  Buy Comment

It could be the best mouse yet, with its couch-friendly surface, hyper-fast scrolling, and the best idea yet – it’s only active when you grip it, reducing errors and offering up to 2 year battery life.

Shogun Bros. Chameleon X-1

Shogun Bros. Chameleon X-1

The Chameleon X-1 has a dirty little secret. On top, it just looks like an ordinary, but stylish optical mouse. But flip it onto its back, and it conceals a full wireless gamepad with 14-buttons.

How Not to Catch a Mouse

How Not to Catch a Mouse

After watching this video, we decided that the mouse in it deserves a second chance, and should become somebody’s pet. Whoever invented the wooden mouse trap clearly should be fired.

Swiftpoint Compact Mouse

Swiftpoint Compact Mouse
$70  Buy Comment

Can’t stand your laptop’s trackpad, but can’t bear to lug around a full-size mouse? This finger-friendly wireless pen-mouse is small enough to track on the spare surface area next to your trackpad.

Boss DS-1 Pedal Mouse

Boss DS-1 Pedal Mouse

Here’s how you milk your fan base: Roland recently released a limited edition mouse modeled after its famous Boss DS-1 distortion pedal. Far from ergonomic, the mouse still sold out quickly.

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