A wearable mouse has grossed nearly 26 times the initial value on Indiegogo

In the wave of wearables , a creation that hoped to raise a measly $ 500 is already close to 13 000. It is a wireless mouse that looks like a ring: used on the index finger, he can do everything a traditional mouse makes.


He calls ThumbTrack and its function is to make the position in which you work more comfortable, avoiding common injuries caused by the use of the mouse. It allows the joints often compromised, as the back, arms, wrist and Ombos, only the fingers rest while working.

Another positive point described on the website is to increase productivity by eliminating those seemingly harmless segundinhos to move your hand from the keyboard to the mouse, but that can distract the middle of a job.

As talked about before, he can do everything that a normal mouse does: browse, select and move text and other elements on a screen and scroll the page, all with gestures in different areas and the varied use of the buttons.



Speaking from the technical side, the battery can handle 15 hours of action followed and 7 days standby. The ThumbTrack weight is 14 grams and the optical sensor is 1800 DPI. The maximum range is three meters.

If you want to invest in the finger mouse, the Indiegogo campaign still has 19 days to be closed and you can get yours for a special price: $99.