Titanium Mouse Elegance With Geek
Its outer shell is made of Titanium with a fair bit of manual crafting put into it. The Titanium Mouse has a neodymium magnet on the scroll wheel, specially designed by Intelligent Design.
The Titanium Mouse is a work of craftsmanship and easily qualifies as a luxury accessory. What many may seem as unnecessary and frilly can easily be a fashion statement for the others. Much like what Vertu does for a few cell phone enthusiasts. [Via]
Ringbow Device: A Mouse-y Alternative
With the Ringbow on, you will use your thumb to operate it so that you ned not be bound to the actual surface of a touchscreen display in order to operate a computer or tablet.
Currently, the Ringbow remains in the prototype phase, so we do hope that someone will come up with something to translate it into a real world device. [Via]
Swiftpoint Wireless Mouse Review
The mouse is also incredibly lightweight making it easier to move and slide around with just your fingers, but I can’t help but feel that even just a little more weight would have provided some much appreciated resistance when using it.
There’s no middle mouse button though, so if you’ve come to rely on that for certain applications this isn’t the mouse for you. [Via]
HP Wi-Fi Touch Mouse X7000
The extremely stylish and curvy HP Wi-Fi Touch Mouse X7000 doesn’t need much praise for its looks since it pretty much gets your eyeballs in the first go.
The battery life is another win, since nine months usage is quite a phenomenon to marvel at. And finally, among the six programmable buttons is the Facebook key that will get you on your favorite social network before you can say, ‘click’. [Via]
Sigma A.P.O. Wireless Handheld Mouse
This mouse is specially designed to look like and be used like a pointing device, the SGMRF3 (as it is known) will not include a gyroscope, using a standard trackball instead that will let you control your computer pointer quickly.
This seems to be more of a compact mouse for presentation purposes, sporting a 400/800dpi resolution and up to 50 hours of battery life, where it will arrive in Japan next month. [Via]
Genius Ring Mouse
How does it work, you ask? Definitely not through the use of magic, but rather, the Genius Ring Mouse will rely on patented touch-control technology for scrolling, where it is capable of movement sensitivity of up to 1000 dpi. [Via]
Gigabyte Aivia Xenon Wireless Mouse
This wireless mouse is equipped with the Gigabyte free-scrolling technology, that enables you to browse the file and webpage more effortlessly.
The Aivia Xenon also supports a 1000DPI resolution, multitouch gestures and a 10-meter working distance. Each purchase comes bundled with an exclusive Aivia Painter software. [Via]
Microsoft Express Mouse: The Cheapest Mouse
It’s of course got a scroll wheel and left and right mouse buttons, though the overall design seems to be inspired by Apple’s Magic Mouse, which is the one area where you don’t want to copy Apple’s design choices. [Via]
Mouse With No Buttons And Scroll Wheel
The front control area of the Stealth is set-up to allow left click and right click functionality, but with a delicate, noiseless tap of the finger, as opposed to a “click”.
Scrolling is accomplished with a simple swipe of the finger over the center of the Stealth. The Stealth mouse can also function as a wireless presenter up to 10-meters (33-feet) from its connected computer. [ Via ]
Celluon Evomouse Review
The evoMouse sits on your desk just above where you’d normally be pushing a mouse around, and instead tracks the movements of your fingers.
Those movements are then translated into cursor movements on screen, allowing you to use just your fingers for everything from scrolling to dragging files to even accessing context menus.
The evo-Mouse itself is barely larger than an actual mouse, seemingly making it ideal for traveling, and you can connect it to your computer via USB or via Bluetooth if you’d prefer to keep things wireless. [Via]