Padrone Design’s pricey wearable controller lets you use your hand as a mouse. Just put it on your index finger and pair it with your device via Bluetooth. You left-click with your index finger, right click with your middle finger, and scroll with both fingers.
Sound designer Michiel de Boer presents a lesson on origins of the humble mouse cursor, as well as its evolution in both Windows and Mac. Not only did Michiel put the research in, he also has a soothing voice. Plus he made his own versions of the Windows cursors.
SteelSeries’ premium wireless gaming mouse promises a response time of just 1ms for lag-free gaming. It also has a built-in sensor that allows the mouse to counteract the unwanted movement when you lift the mouse. It gets 10 hours of use from just a 15 min charge.
Delux’s ergonomic mouse is very similar to Logitech’s MX Vertical, but it has a couple of unique features. You can adjust its tilt 20º to the left or right for a more comfortable fit. It also has a scroll wheel that can be accessed by both your index finger and thumb.