Take everything you know about the computer mouse, crumple it up, set it on fire and toss it out the window. Now, meet, Cone. This twist on the design is a whole lot more aesthetically appealing if not entirely more ergonomic than the traditional mouse.
Its upright, pointed form is a total wrist saver. It instantaneously positions your hand, arm, and fingers in a natural position that reduces strain on the metatarsals and upper hand by allowing a portion of the weight to be distributed across the conical surface. The buttons are articulated in such a way that the fingers can curl naturally and click with ease. Better yet, the all-new design is interchangeable for users with both right and left dominant hands.
Designer: Inyeop Baek