Lite-On Delivers Moldable Computer Mouse
The boring-but-necessary PC peripheral is undergoing a fun, funky redesign.
The Moldable Mouse can be kneaded into any shape the user prefers, and the shape is self-retaining.
February 06, 2008 by Rachel Cericola

Lite-On is certainly an interesting company. They have DVD recorders, power supplies, optical storage drives—and now (hopefully) the Moldable Mouse.

The Moldable Mouse is a concept which allows users to create their own personal peripheral. At the very least, it would break up a completely boring workday. However, the idea is to have a peripheral that would perfectly shape the user’s hand, which is good news for lefties.

Crave says the unit is made of non-toxic, lightweight clay covered with nylon and a polyurethane blend fabric. Each of the selector buttons and the scroll wheel are stick-on parts, making it a completely customizable toy. It’s also wireless and available in a variety of colors with designs to boot.

There’s no word on a release date or pricing yet.

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