New type of mouse works on any surface

The 2012 International Design Excellence Award (IDEA) competition has given birth to numerous unique and useful gadgets, among which the so-called Arc Mouse that can work just fine on any surface.

Designed by Seunghoon Shin and Chang Seok Kim, the Arc Mouse flaunts a nice curved design to allow users to work freely on any surfaces. Those surfaces may include your thighs, a chair and sofa arms.

Arc Mouse

Apart from this the wireless mouse comes with a touch wheel that allows the user to scroll web pages with extreme ease. A USB transceiver is there to get rid of those messy wires that are the definite eyesores for those who want their workspace neat and tidy. Moreover, while you are on the move, you’ll definitely prefer to use the Arc Mouse rather than relying on your traditional gizmos that ask for flat surfaces for effective functioning.

Unfortunately it is not clear if the mouse will ever get to the market and at what cost.


Source: Gizmochunk

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