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The problem with standing desks is that some are just too tall to use them comfortably, especially when it comes to the keyboard and mouse. Introducing the “Standing Mouse” by inventor Matty Benedetto that aims to solve at least half of this problem. It’s exactly as you think, a 3D-printed structure that slides right over your existing computer mouse and extends the buttons. Read more for a video.
The “Standing Mouse” was designed to complement Matty’s previous invention, the “Standing Keyboard”. Its spring loaded trigger arms still allow you to still click the buttons while the vertical gears spins the scrol wheel. There’s not much more to it, and if you’re interested, the 3D printer plans could be released sooner or later.
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