One glance at the HandshoeMouse and you could be forgiven into thinking that this is some newfangled gaming peripheral instead of a full fledged computer accessory. The HandshoeMouse as it is known was developed by scientists at the medical universities of Rotterdam and Maastricht, and was specially designed to be tailored to the hand in order to minimize the risk of picking up painful RSI at the end of your illustrious blogging career. This is one of the main reasons why the HandshoeMouse comes in a trio of sizes - small, medium and large. You will be able to choose from snow white, transparent and jet black colors, and this peripheral is compatible with Windows, Apple and Linux platforms as long as it is plugged into an available USB 2.0 port. 120 Euros will net you the HandshoeMouse, with an optical resolution of 800dpi, two ergonomically designed buttons and a scroll wheel rounding off the list of features.