Damien Crossan's gaming mouse concept looks like the offspring of a Razer mouse and Thing from the Addams Family. Ergonomic? You betcha. See if you still get RSI playing StarCraft on this 11-button monster.
Unlike Thanko's USB footswitch, Scythe's actually looks the business. If the business is a guitar foot pedal. Or a sewing machine foot pedal. Whatever you decide it looks like, it can be configured to perform all sorts of commands.
When Microsoft introduced its BlueTrack mice technology in late 2008, they promised laser precision on any surface—whether that be carpet, wood or the belly of a dog. Now you can grab three new models for under thirty bucks.
Its poor little punched-out eyes blink red with the horror of having LEDs shoved in them, every time it makes a data transfer. Video of the post-life torture after the jump.
Keyboard not got enough buttons for you to über-game? The Logitech G13 is very willing to help you out, giving you 25 programmable keys and an analog stick, as well and three game modes.
During my visit to Hong Kong, Brian showed me to a local design store called G.O.D. (Goods Of Desire), which kind of reminded me of a China kitsch-themed Urban Outfitters. When I get a chance to go back there, I'm definitely saving up some money for these laser mice, a Microsoft Arc and G.O.D. mashup. Man, could you…