Newton Peripherals' MoGo Mouse BT for PCs (2006)
Consider the [[xref:http://www.pcworld.com/article/155353/40_years_of_the_mouse.html|typical PC mouse|40 Years of the Mouse]]: So timid, so boring, so bulbous. But this credit-card-size rodent, the [[xref:http://blogs.pcworld.com/techlog/archives/001277.html|MoGo Mouse BT|This Portable Mouse is Flat-Out Unusual]], is anything but.
Plug the tiny MoGo Bluetooth adapter into your laptop's USB port, flip down the kickstand to angle the mouse, and then navigate using the MoGo's concave "buttons" and scroll pad. When you're done, slide it into your machine's PC Card slot to recharge. Similarly sleek vermin are available for laptops with ExpressCard/X54 slots.
Photo: Courtesy of Newton Peripherals