Inside the red and black striped body of this mouse is a quad-core ARM Cortex processor of unknown pedigree running at 1.4GHz and 128GB of flash storage; no information on how much RAM might be available. It has inbuilt WiFi, a pair of USB 3.0 ports and a single micro-HDMI port for output and it will charge wirelessly when placed on a pad via Qi or a similar solution. As well the regular mouse input the Mouse-Box will also have an accelerometer and gyroscope, perhaps a revival of the 3D interface mice which appeared and quickly disappeared a few years back. Check out the video at The Register to see the team's pitch and a way to get in contact with them.
"The specs aren't going to excite gamers, but Polish developer Przemysław Strzelczyk and his team have built a decent working computer into a Mouse."
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I may be alone on this, but
I may be alone on this, but it looks like a horrible idea to me. How about building it into a keyboard? That once used to be a thing. 🙂
i agree willmore keyboard can
i agree willmore keyboard can dissipate heat better and it stays stationary. I think this is one of those concepts thats just ment to show how small computers can get and not so much creating a practical device.