This computer mouse device will set a new standard for portable gaming

This computer mouse device will set a new standard for portable gaming

So it would not be surprising if you have a mouse to go along with your computer device, One user has gone as far as putting an entire laptop’s worth of components inside a mouse device and even added a display in his version of the mouse. It is a particularly large device though, unlike any mouse you may have seen before, but it is still an amazing feat of engineering.

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Furthermore, the mouse was created by a YouTuber known as the Electronic Grenade who made a 3D printed mouse shell which is fitted around a Raspberry Pi Zero W. The device is further connected with a 1.5 inch color OLED LCD display and packs a 500mAh battery. Moreover, it consistsof all of the sensors and buttons that you may require in order to operate a standard two button mouse with a scroll wheel. What makes it even better is the fact that the mouse even comes along with a pop out miniature Bluetooth Keyboard which is used for text inputs and the more prominent commands.

This computer mouse device will set a new standard for portable gaming

The Mouse device is basically more like a micro-computer, rather than just a mouse.  The mini-computer however does not have many capabilities but it can still run basic text editing applications and even apps such as the well known Mine-craft Pi edition. Nonetheless, it is not particularly a practical approach but rather just someone creating something custom for himself and his use. The fact that screen moves with the mouse is something new but still not at all practical. Now what impresses us most about the project though is that it does pretty much anything basic. The device is an entirely self-contained device and is the smallest computing project which can run the functions of a large computer, in a miniature body.

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