Bat Wireless Levitating Computer Mouse

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

To help combat the all too common problem of Carpal tunnel syndrome, Vadim Kibardin has created their levitating wireless computer mouse known simply as the “Bat.”

Computer mice come in a ton of different options, but we’re not quite sure we’ve ever seen one that actually floats until now. Aside from levitating, the Bat was constructed with more ergonomic design to help alleviate the tension we are constantly putting on our hands and fingers as we sit in front of our computers all day and night. The device consists of a base, mouse pad and of course the floating mouse itself that operates off the magnet ring. As of right now, this is nothing more than an awesome concept, but we hope to see this thing hit the retail scene soon.

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