The mouse that giggled

The DarFon mouse looks absolutely banal, but apparently when you touch it it starts giggling. Wonder if this is automatic, or if you have to touch it a certain way; if the latter, it could be useful for people with tactile sensitivity issues who may have difficulty knowing if they’re holding the mouse effectively. Apparently, it also gets “upset” (would love to know how it expresses that) when you get email from “someone you don’t like,” which could be a good cognitive cue.

Oh Gizmo: DarFon mouse is ticklish

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