03. 26. 2007
Just point and click - literally
Just because the computer mouse is 40 years old doesn't mean designers are done tinkering with it yet. From the Russian designers at Art. Lebedev Studio comes this delightful to-the-point Mus2, shaped exactly like the arrowhead cursor most of us are used to seeing on our computer monitors. It's sleek, it's sexy and it's supposed to fit under your hand just like a regular mouse, so it shouldn't cause any usability problems. Plus its plastic surface is said to feel like thick suede to the touch.
Mus2 is a cordless optical device, with up to a 2-meter operating radius, so it can sit all stylish-like on any desk without any unsightly cords or cables. The only thing that might take a little getting used to its the placement of the two mouse buttons, which have been moved up to the point of the mouse design.
Mus2 will be both Windows- and Mac-compatible. Available soon from Art. Lebedev Studio.