Bend-and-Snap Mouse!

It’s no wonder this design was a 2011 red dot product design Best of the Best winner. A mere 15 mm thick, and composed primarily of flexible silicon, the Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse was designed for on-the-go users, and can fold flat when not in use, making it effortlessly portable while achieving necessary ergonomics. Other innovative features include a touch sensitive scroll function, and a blue light tracking system that allows it to scroll on a broad range of surfaces. 

Designers: Donn Koh with One & Co. Design Inc, San Francisco, and Microsoft Industrial Design Team

Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse Spot from Donn Koh on Vimeo.

Microsoft – Arc Touch Mouse – The Inspiration from MDiniZ on Vimeo.


  • FH says:

    I think Swiftpoint mouse is better

  • elleryxo says:

    where’s Kumar? he was always the funnier guy

  • Jason Wang says:

    Microsoft’s bringing sexy back.

  • Mike Barnard says:

    I have the predecessor to this. It’s one of the few attractive, solid designs out of Microsoft. This has the potential to be my new travel mouse. Very nice.


  • KEK says:

    I’m not a apple fanboy, but IMHO,
    OSX with Multi-Touch trackpad is way better for normal apps
    (except for professional apps such as CAD and CAE which require irregular way of control like right-button drag and the like).

    Since I changed my laptop to mac, I never carry around my travel mouse.

  • tanya says:

    A great example of form and function united.

  • liebkraft says:

    wow, really cool idea…reminds me a bit of the Power Mouse from Apple…maybe they would go with this concept

  • Vans says:

    who is the industrial designer behind this mouse?
    young kim or donn koh?
    somebody is ripping somebody’s work….

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