The King Jim mouse has a built-in camera that activates at the press of the button to start capturing still images, shooting videos, scanning QR codes, or record audio. According to the specifications, you can use the camera of the mouse on computers running the latest Windows operating system, and as you press the dedicated button, the software that comes with the mouse will start so you can see and edit the recorded content directly on the computer. Read more
RollerMouse Red is an innovative mouse and the largest computer mouse I’ve seen, but it consists of a control zone with basic mouse functions placed in the middle, while the large sides are meant to increase ergonomics while clicking. The product is a reddot design award 2013 winner so let’s see which are the features that make it stand out. Read more
Prepared to be added to the online catalog next month, this high-end mouse from Elecom works with up to 9 computer systems at a time. You only need to switch between computers using the scroll wheel. Read more
Car-shaped mouses are popular computer peripherals, but only few of them have realistic designs, instead of looking more like cheap toys. One such computer mice is the Carmouse DriftX from design3000. Read more
Do you miss your first computer mouse? If that’s true, let me show you the Retro USB Mouse alternative. The computer mouse here is new, but features a cool retro design, plus the optical tracking technology. Read more
At the beginning of next month, LG will showcase several innovations in computer technology at this year’s edition of the IFA consumer electronics show that will take place in Berlin, Germany. One of the innovative devices that visitors will have the chance to discover is the LG LSM-100 computer mouse with built-in scanner. Read more
The Oppopet wireless optical mouse was designed by Nendo for ELECOM. It has three buttons and a unique design that incorporates tails of various animals. It makes a fun gift for anyone who uses a computer. Read more
As I was explaining to you a few days ago, while reviewing the water-powered clock, one of my top priorities when it comes to office gadgets, is to replace all wired peripherals with wireless alternatives. I’m starting with a wireless computer mouse because I had the chance to pick one from M198.com, after they contacted me to send some gadgets for review.
The mouse I chose is a lightweight, stylish, sleek and very thin model coming in white and looking very similar to Apple’s mouse. It makes an affordable solution for those who like modern gadgets and you can use it with both your desktop computer and laptop, whether it’s a PC, Mac or Linux-running system. Read more
Guest post written by Andreea R.
Lately, we hear more and more theories and arguments about bio or eco trends. Personally, I’m glad that now more than ever that nature with all its resources is promoted and protected. Somehow, we feel closer to nature and yet, even if you tried to arrange your home into a manner more faithful to nature, you cannot break up with technology. Still, you can transform technology. Read more