Spherical wooden mouse

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Using an accelerometer to track movements, the Jupiter, a completely spherical mouse, doesn't work the way a normal one does.

Handmade from Chinese flowering ash in Japan’s rural Gunma prefecture and earns its name from the natural wood grain swirls and click button that resembles the largest planet’s famous spot.

It looks cool, from the video, but finding out if it works for you doesn't come cheaply: it's $221!

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