October 25, 2012

A CD That Transforms Into a Mouse? Yup.

Is your CD-ROM drive sitting empty on that laptop of yours? Probably. Now you can fill your CD-ROM drive with this foldable, flat-pack mouse if it was more than just a concept for the 2012 iF Design competition by designer Taewon Hwang, but it's clever enough that we're comfortable blowing some of our imagination juice on it. 

When unfolded, the mouse is flat and round and matches the size and shape of a CD, which means that you can store it inside your computer when you're not using it. When you need a mouse, just pop it out and fold it up, and you've got what looks to be a tolerably comfortable two-button mouse with touch buttons and a scroll wheel. Also, when folded, it kind of reminds me of a 5.25" floppy. No, that's not a euphemism, kids. Get off my lawn.

Stealthy. This is something The Batman would use.

Written by Evan Ackerman
Edited by Limewit Tech Blog
Photos courtesy of Taewong Hwang

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