No other piece of equipment interacts more with us than the computer mouse. Clicking and moving, dragging and selecting all day long. We probably touch that device 10 hours a day…at least! Some of them are very ergonomic, while some other are more weird looking with a bunch of added features that work very well for the target market they were designed for. Here's a few that caught our eye and fit our palms...
Gyration Air Mouse Elite
This mouse is based with a motion sensing technology similar to that inside the controllers of the Nintendo Wii. You move your pointer by waving the mouse thru the air. You need to keep pressing a trigger button, so it moves only when you want it to. We like that is very responsive and very easy to control. Thanks to a laser, you can also use it as a desktop mouse. This is great for multimedia control.
This wireless laser gaming mouse is so cool that looks like a piece of very expensive art. This is a typical case of having a wicked design in order to separate yourself from the rest. And it works. We love the on-board memory and that it has 7 independently programable hyper response buttons. Battery life is up to 14 hours of continuous play time.
Cyborg R.A.T. Gaming Mice
We love that this mouse looks like a hi-end measurement tool. So many knobs and rules and adjustments…. We love it. On the tech side, it has zero latency, which is crucial when gaming. 2.4GHz wireless technology. It comes with a wireless/recharge dock and 2 lithium-ion batteries, allowing to play with one, while charging the other; when you run out of juice, simply hot swap batteries and you are ready to go. It comes with so many customizable plates, buttons and rest; for the best gaming experience.
Designed to exactly fit the entire hand, it will help all-day comfort and reduce the risk of repetitive stress injuries. It supports your whole hand and wrist so that there's no skin contact with your desk. We like that the buttons are placed in-line with your fingers and require only light pressure to activate. For right-handed use only. Requires Microsoft Windows or Mac OS X.