People love their computers; they’re tools that we’re connected to for hours, days, or weeks at a time. We fidget over elbow and wrist positions, we spend crazy amounts of money on the best screens, the most comfortable keyboards… and then we go and use the same lump of plastic to move a cursor around. Uri Tuchman wanted to improve on the bog-standard computer mouse, and so he made this.
The electronics may have been lifted out of an old two-button mouse, but everything else is Uri’s work. There’s a solid brass base plate and brass stand-offs (milled by Uri – nothing is shop-bought). Even the scroll wheel is lovely, cool, tactile brass. And check out the engraving!