LEGO Brick Mouse

LEGO Brick Mouse

LEGO Mouse (Image courtesy Curiosite)
By Andrew Liszewski

Remember that excruciatingly painful feeling of accidentally stepping on a LEGO brick in bare feet as a kid? Well I imagine you’ll be feeling the same thing in your hand after using this LEGO brick-shaped mouse after 7 or 8 minutes. But what it’s lacking in ergonomics and comfort it makes up for with minimal features including left and right mouse buttons, a scroll wheel and an optical sensor. ~$32 from Curiosite.

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6 thoughts on “LEGO Brick Mouse”

  1. I love Legos. I love computers. But it's like loving Dill Pickles and loving rocky road ice cream. Separate they are what they are and amazing. Together, it's just not the best. I'll continue to keep my loves apart.

  2. “But what it’s lacking in ergonomics and comfort it makes up for with minimal features including left and right mouse buttons, a scroll wheel and an optical sensor”
    Doesnt that sentence imply that it has no left right buttons, scroll wheel and optical sensor?

  3. Are you sure this mouse actually has a left mouse button? From the one image available, which isn't an actual photograph, it looks like it only has a right mouse button. Is it just for left handed Mac users?

    Why doesn't it come in other colors? Why isn't it built from many small legos? Does it have holes on the bottom so I can get together with other people that bought it and build a house, a boat, or a super mouse in the shape of a mouse?

  4. Are you sure this mouse actually has a left mouse button? From the one image available, which isn't an actual photograph, it looks like it only has a right mouse button. Is it just for left handed Mac users?

    Why doesn't it come in other colors? Why isn't it built from many small legos? Does it have holes on the bottom so I can get together with other people that bought it and build a house, a boat, or a super mouse in the shape of a mouse?

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