The DataBot Mouse Lets Users Know When the Hard Drive is Full

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: • References: dvice & randommization
Computer users don't always know when the hard drive is full to the brink, but this DataBot Mouse lets handlers feel the difference with its ergonomic design. As the hard drive fills, the mouse becomes harder to move.

Depending on how big the file is that users are trying to move, a resistance ball built into the mouse is used to create more of a drag. This design is still in progress, but if it did hit the shelves, it may make knowing when one's hard drive deserves a break that much easier. For anyone who struggles with numerous files on their computer, this is a great solution to recognize just how much stress one's hard drive goes through and give it a break for once. Stats for Humanized Moving Mice Trending: Older & Chilly
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