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Next generation mouse looks more like dog, but is so cool
posted March 21 2011 21:04.51 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Meet the Celluon evoMouse, the most innovative idea after the invention of the computer mouse. It comes with all the features that a normal mouse has so far, like click, drag, right click etc, and also it comes with many more new innovative and absolutely amazing features. Although it cannot replace my gaming mouse while playing my favorite RTS, i will sure get one to test it when i work with designing software. Now, regarding the shape, I'm not sure if the term "mouse" has anything to do with it, for it looks more like a dog, or a cat, doesn't it? Let's just say that "the cat ate the mouse"... Watch the following video:

[Link: celluon]
Tags: computer peripheral hacks   multitouch   commercial   pc related   innovations   cool gadget   crazy designs   futuristic   infrared   

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