The Mus2 cordless optical two-button mouse is an unusual shape compared to most mice on the market, but it’s been ergonomically designed to fit into the palm of the hand, for smooth handling of its 800dpi resolution and frame refresh speed of 2300fps.
It’s made of matt-finish plastic, available in either black or white, and is supposed to feel like suede under your fingers. It uses two triple-A batteries for a wireless range of up to 2m, and has a battery indicator at the base of the mouse so you can tell when it needs refuelling. It will automatically switch to a low-power mode if it isn’t moved.
Some PC extremists will probably cry that two buttons just isn’t enough on a mouse. Where’s the third button? The scroll wheel? But, for sheer intrigue value it’ll do the job (and not everyone wants those extras).
It’s compatible with both Windows and Mac OS X so long as you have Bluetooth, of course.
It’s priced at £49.95 and is available exclusively from Boystuff.co.uk
By Andy Merrett | October 27th, 2006