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Mouses

RBT Rebel Real Ergonomic Mouse

RBT Rebel Real Ergonomic Mouse
$89  Buy Link Comment

RBT’s Rebel Real Mouse has an unorthodox but functional design. The raised left- and right-click buttons put your hand in a more natural position, while their backward clicking action lets the middle of your fingers do the work instead of tiring out your fingertips.

Lexip Pu94 Gaming Mouse

Lexip Pu94 Gaming Mouse
$130  Buy Link Comment

The gaming version of Lexip’s groundbreaking 3D mouse. Like its predecessor, the Pu94 doubles as two joysticks – it’s body acts as one, and it also has a thumbstick. Its software lets you map not just movement but keys and macros. It also has replaceable ceramic feet.

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Logitech G MX518 Gaming Mouse

Logitech G MX518 Gaming Mouse
$60  Buy Comment

Logitech has brought back its beloved MX518 gaming mouse. The 2019 version retains the shape and glossy finish of the original, but adds a new optical sensor and processor for a more responsive experience. Dedicated buttons let you switch DPI settings on the fly.

Razer Turret for Xbox One

Razer Turret for Xbox One
$250  Buy Link Comment

The Razer Turret for Xbox One is a wireless mechanical keyboard and mouse combo for Microsoft’s gaming console. They keyboard has a dedicated Xbox key and a retractable mouse pad with magnets to keep the mouse on its surface. It also works with Windows 10 PCs.

Padrone Ring Mouse

Padrone Ring Mouse
$199+  Pledge Link Comment

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.

A History of the Mouse Cursor

A History of the Mouse Cursor

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.

HP USB Fingerprint Mouse

HP USB Fingerprint Mouse

HP’s upcoming USB Fingerprint Mouse lets you take advantage of Windows Hello authentication on any Windows 10 PC. It has a built-in fingerprint reader and stores your fingerprint on the device itself for added security. Drops 12/2018 for $49.

SteelSeries Rival 650 Wireless Mouse

SteelSeries Rival 650 Wireless Mouse
$120  Buy Link Comment

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 Navee Ergonomic Mouse

Delux Navee Ergonomic Mouse
~$49+  Pledge Comment

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.

Logitech MX Vertical Mouse

Logitech MX Vertical Mouse
$100  Buy Comment

Logitech’s new ergonomic mouse has an unconventional wedge shape. The company claims that this shape provides the perfect angle to comfortably rest your hand, reducing muscle strain and wrist pressure while improving your posture.

ProPoint Mouse & Presenter

ProPoint Mouse & Presenter
$117+  Pledge Comment

Swiftpoint took the ergonomic pen grip design of their Swiftpoint GT mouse and added tons of features to make the ProPoint. The miniature Bluetooth ergonomic mouse also has tilt gestures and even works as a presentation device.

ColorWare Space Gray Apple Gadgets

ColorWare Space Gray Apple Gadgets
$129-$199  Buy Comment

Apple will be releasing dark gray versions of its keyboard, mouse and trackpad, but the peripherals will be available only with the ridiculous new iMac Pro. Fortunately, this is a trivial matter for ColorWare. You still have to pay a premium, though.

Phree Remote Stylus

Phree Remote Stylus
$148++  Buy Comment

Unlike other styluses, Phree lets you write on practically any surface – the result will still show up on your PC or mobile device. It can also be used as a mouse or a headset, and can show notifications on its OLED touchscreen.

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Genius Wireless Pen Mouse

Genius Wireless Pen Mouse
$36  Buy Link Comment

The Pen Mouse is an alternative pointing device for people who prefer to grip a pen. It can scan at 400-1200 DPI on nearly any surface. It runs on 1 AAA battery. Also available from Newegg.

Razer Ouroboros Mouse

Razer Ouroboros Mouse

The Ouroboros’ length and back arch angle are both adjustable, and it has swappable side panels. It can also be powered via its internal battery, an AA battery or via USB. Coming 08/12 for $130.

Penveu

Penveu
$499-$799  Buy Comment

Interphase’s Penveu will turn any flat surface into an interactive display. It’s equipped with a scroll bar, utility buttons, and its teardrop shape lets you to easily switch between mouse and pen modes.

Mad Catz Cyborg M.M.O. 7

Mad Catz Cyborg M.M.O. 7

The Cyborg M.M.O. 7 is made for MMO gamers, with 13 programmable buttons, a mode for keeping the left- or right-click button pressed down and a drag-and-drop World of Warcraft plug-in.

Leather Mousepads

Leather Mousepads
$25  Buy Comment

Etsy shop doneLeather sells custom mouse pads made of vegetable-tanned leather that are cut, stamped and finished by hand. We dare you to find a more handsome mouse pad at this price.

Mad Catz Cyborg R.A.T. 7 Albino

Mad Catz Cyborg R.A.T. 7 Albino
$100  Buy Comment

The Cyborg R.A.T. 7 Albino has all the features of the high-end R.A.T. series – removable weights, palm and pinkie rests, programmable buttons – plus a 6400 DPI sensor and matte white body.

Mouse Movement Art

Mouse Movement Art

Very cool abstract images generated by using Moscow designer Anatoly Zenkov’s IOGraph application, which tracks the movements of your mouse while you work and surf during the day.

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Greensforged Metal Mousepads

Greensforged Metal Mousepads
$50  Buy Comment

Made of solid steel with rubber feet, these handmade metal mousepads from Greensforged also include an inscription of your choice. Looks like Father Grigori already ordered his.

Razer DeathAdder Leftie

Razer DeathAdder Leftie
$60  Buy Comment

Razer finally gives a hand to southpaws with a left-handed version of the DeathAdder after releasing the RH version last fall; it features the same 3.5G IR sensor at the same price.

Microsoft BlueTrack Mice

Microsoft BlueTrack Mice
$25-$30  Buy Comment

They may not be feature-laden, but Microsoft’s use-anywhere BlueTrack tech gets budget-friendly with three decidedly not blind mice: the 3500, 4500, and 2000 sell for $25-$30.

Wireless Desktop MK710

Wireless Desktop MK710
$100  Buy Comment

Logitech’s Wireless Desktop MK710 is in it for the long haul: the keyboard and mouse combo have a three-year battery life and connect via the included 2.4 GHz Unifying receiver.

SPHEREtouch Mouse

SPHEREtouch Mouse
$155-$225  Buy Comment

The ergonomics will keep you from having a ball with the SPHEREtouch, but at least its looks match its price; it’s a stainless steel dual-button mouse with platinum, titanium, or satin dinishes.

Mad Catz Eclipse

Mad Catz Eclipse
$60-$130  Buy Comment

Mad Catz goes mature with their new Eclipse Collection; it mixes upmarket metal finishes and minimalist design with touch-sensitive technology on their keyboards and mice.

Mad Catz Cyborg R.A.T.

Mad Catz Cyborg R.A.T.
$50-$130  Buy Comment

Mad Catz updates its gaming-centric Cyborg line with four flavors of R.A.T. mouses; they top out with a programmable wireless 5600 dpi laser unit with weight system and Li-ion batteries.

Cyber Snipa Silencer

Cyber Snipa Silencer
$55  Buy Comment

Available 12/18/09, Cyber Snipa’s new Silencer is a relatively affordable gaming mouse; it features a 5000 DPI sensor, 150 IPS, 9 programmable buttons, and 6 x 4.9 gram weights.

Roccat Apuri USB Hub

Roccat Apuri USB Hub
~$60  Buy Comment

It floats like a butterfly, but Roccat’s Apuri USB Hub won’t sting despite its looks; this four-port hub features a flexible arm that keeps mouse cables from snagging or rubbing.

Razer Imperator Mouse

Razer Imperator Mouse
$80  Buy Comment

Razer’s Imperator mouse placates finicky fingers by mounting two side buttons on a slider for a custom grip; it also features a 5600 dpi laser sensor, 200 IPS, and 1ms response rate.

Razer Abyssus Mouse

Razer Abyssus Mouse
$50  Buy Comment

It’s a bit pricey at $50, but Razer’s Abyssus is a great no-frills gaming mouse: you’ll get a 3500 dpi infrared sensor with DPI and polling rate toggling, 3 buttons, and 1 ms response time.

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