Buffalo Japan unveils the BOMU-W24A/BL, a nifty gyromouse that “allows the cursor to move with the flick (or twist) of your wrist.” One negative, this device is priced at $168. For those who haven’t already seen, video of someone using a gyromouse to play Quake 3 after the jump.

Aside from sporting the usual assortment of mouse buttons and a scroll wheel, this critter boasts an internal gyro sensor…In case all that twirling gets a bit tiresome, it also packs a standard optical sensor for “normal use,” and offers six programmable buttons all around the enclosure

[via engadget]

Buffalo Japan unveils the BOMU-W24A/BL, a nifty gyromouse that “allows the cursor to move with the flick (or twist) of your wrist.” One negative, this device is priced at $168. For those who haven’t already seen, video of someone using a gyromouse to play Quake 3 after the jump.

Aside from sporting the usual assortment of mouse buttons and a scroll wheel, this critter boasts an internal gyro sensor…In case all that twirling gets a bit tiresome, it also packs a standard optical sensor for “normal use,” and offers six programmable buttons all around the enclosure

[via engadget]