The Flat CD Mouse is the ultimate portable computer peripheral. Not only does it pack up for easy carrying, but it can actually be stored inside of your notebook when neither one is in use.
As a handheld electronic accessory, Taewon Hwang's cutting-edge invention takes an unusual but ergonomic form. Its multifaceted exterior is made up of geometric planar pieces that come together at rigid creases. Despite this, it is comfortable to hold within the curve of the user's palm with its voluminous origami-style configuration.
When you're ready to switch off and store your devices, the Flat CD Mouse can be spread apart and flattened, exhibiting its circular shape. With a round hole cut into the middle and the exact dimensions of a compact disk, the cursor-guiding gadget can be secretly stowed inside your computer's DVD drive.
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