Mouses of the Twenty-First Century


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Jan 25, 2008

This mouse was first introduced at the Taitronics in Bangkok in 2007. It combines a mouse and a number pad, just flip the outer case open for a number pad, or close it for a mouse. It is pretty useful for laptops.

This mouse is controlled by an optical sensor, which allows it to be used in mid-air.


This mouse operates exactly like a normal mouse, except it was made from an old Nintendo controller. In other words, it looks cool.


This mouse isn't for your hands; it's for your feet. You put your feet on them, press down to click, and move around to move your cursor. By the way, the feet mouse are $316, which most people would call a rip-off.


The gun mouse is an alternative to the average mouse. I think it just is a gun on a computer mouse since the site didn't state exactly how it worked. It would be cool if it worked like a Wii Remote though.
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Wow amazing, these days lot of innovative ideas are used in products to make them more user friendly and cool, i love these