Monday February 4, 2008 2:30 pm
DIY Moldable Mouse
There are a lot of ergonomic mice that we think are frankly not all that comfortable, much less saving us a case of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Lite-on has developed a concept that you can use to make your own mouse the way that is best for your hands. The prototype is made of modeling clay and covered with nylon and polyurethane so you can give it any shape you desire on its base of PC/ABS recyclable plastic. It also features built-in RFID, a touch sensitive scroll pad, laser optics, and runs on batteries. Hopefully winning the Red Dot Award recently will spur them into making the mouse a reality.
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