The Mobility Mouse

The mighty mouse has never really worked for anyone on the road — and those poor suckers you see who try and use the laptop’s trackpad need our help — but one or two folk have tried to ease the navigational pain. Here’s another one, out early next year: The MoGo Mouse:

Mogo

The website ain’t public yet, and I have yet to play with the thing, but I’m told it’s a business card, Bluetooth-enabled mouse that stores neatly inside a laptop computer’s PC slot when it’s not being used. It uses Bluetooth to communicate with your laptop, so no need for cables. The two indentations on its top enable left- and right-clicking, while a “kickstand” locks into place, automatically levering the full-width MoGo MouseBT into a natural position in the user’s hand. And in case you’re wondering, MoGo stands for “mobility on the go.”

I look forward to playing with it. Anyone who can make mobile mouse usage better has my attention. Launch is planned at CES in January.

14. December 2005 by jeremy
Categories: Devices, Innovation, Interfaces | Tags: , , , , , , | 1 comment

One Comment

  1. What an interesting product!