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Recon Wireless Folding Mouse

By: on November 20, 2014
$59.90
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Recon's 2013 Red Dot Design Award Finalist is the first 180-degree fully folding mouse. This wireless origami pointing device measures just 9mm thick when flat for easy and crush-free carrying in a laptop bag, purse, or even pocket (length and width are 142.5 x 56 mm). It also has a built-in Li-ion battery that puts out dependably for around 3 months before requiring a re-up. Sort of like most new girlfriends.

Folded and paired with your favorite portable computing gadgets, the Recon mouse adjusts to 4 different DPI settings--800, 1200, 1600, 2000--and operates with laser tracking and a full touch scroll wheel. Tactical design mimics the Microsoft Arc Touch style.

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MYO Telekinetic Armband

$199.99 from Amazon »

Well, telekinetic is only part of the story. Is telemusculokinetic a word too? Maybe that's redundant. Remote control muscles? Yeah, let's go with RC muscles. MYO armbands transform muscles--specifically the arm, or as...

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Programmable Mouse Jiggler

$19.50 from Amazon »

It's a professional jiggler! No, not Santa Claus. No. Not a stripper. This is a Mouse Jiggler. And it's got nothing to do with bellies and boobies. Though, like the belly and boobie jigglers, the Mouse Jiggler is here...

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Hoont Electronic Rat Trap

$49.95 from Amazon »

Got rats? Rats! The Hoont Electronic Rat Trap knows how you feel. It's had a lot of rats too. And mice and shrews. Squirrels and chipmunks as well. But unlike you, Hoont welcomes these rodents into its home. Because once...

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Bat Levitating Mouse

Bat, a levitating wireless computer mouse, is currently in the research and testing phases for use in preventing and treating carpal tunnel syndrome, a median nerve dysfunction to which many mouse manipulators are susceptible....

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Nymi Biometric Security & Communication Wristband

$79 from Nymi »

The MYO armband is cool and all, but to turn its wearers into human remote controls, it needs them to flex. Gesture. Move. The Nymi wristband, by contrast, will transform us into biological security systems and device...

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Mycestro 3D Mouse Ring

Sold Out from Amazon »

Controlling objects through abracadabra gestures seems to be a hot trend right now. So can someone please make me a Mycestro 3D Mouse ring or MYO Armband that, in addition to manipulating my PC, will also abracadabra...

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Evoluent VerticalMouse

$79.99 - $159.31 from Amazon »

Mouse, stop twisting my arm! The Evoluent line of mice has been around for 15 years now, but for those just feeling the onset of wrist and forearm fatigue from too much rolling and clicking, you can maybe put the kibosh...

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Penclic R2 Ergonomic Pen Mouse

$91.72 from Amazon »

The pen is mightier than the mouse. At least for those of you who prefer the wrap-and-grip of your hand on the former to the lay-and-cup of it on the latter. So too might you like Penclic's assimilation of pen and mouse...

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ODiN Aurora Projection Mouse

$69 from Amazon »

The Celluon Virtual Keyboard gets a mouse playmate. A Norse God of War mouse playmate. The ODiN Aurora says it's the World's First Projection Mouse, meaning it beams a hi-res 8cm x 8cm box onto the area where you would...

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gStick: The Pen Mouse

Discontinued

Hold it like a pen, use it like a mouse, make the stuff you draw on your computer look less like it was birthed by the hand of someone who just chased a triple espresso macchiato with a Red Bull. Gordon Stewart designed...

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Reactive EL Wired Gaming Mouse

$65 - $99 from Kickstarter »

Game & rave, rave & game, dude. Like the electrical storm of a USB power adapter we saw a few weeks ago, the Reactor Gaming Mouse pairs the performance of contemporary tech with the eyeball allure of stuff that glows....

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Leap Motion Controller

$79 from Amazon »

The Leap Motion Controller, a sort of hands-free mouse with far more calibrated skills, sounds so wicked I don't even care that I'm going to look like an epileptic mime waving my arms around to use it. Though unassuming...