The Coolest Steampunk Mouse You'll See All Day

Andy Chalk

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While it's an amazing piece of art, I doubt that even the most liberal steampunk renditions would actually feature an input device like this. Steampunk computers should be run by punch cards and mechanical switches. Sort of like the Zuse Z3, but put back in time about four decades.
 

WolfMage

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Vanguard1219 said:
After looking at this guy's entire steampunk setup I, well, I'm just going to say it: I want to rob this man blind. This stuff of his looks amazing and I want it. This guy could make a hell of a lot of money of he custom made stuff like this for people.

Oh, and if that guy went out and killed that mouse just so he could use the skeleton for this, that makes it all sorts of epic.
Hmm, time to go stock up on robbing gear.
You can have the mouse, I'll take his monitor and keyboard.
 

ckeymel

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zomg. I am pretty sure I have the perfect outfit to wear while sitting at my neo-victorian computer, using my neo-victorian keyboard and mouse. Want now! Please!
 

Andy Chalk

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It's very pretty, but we're missing the big picture here. Where's my matching Steampunk Computer?
 

Bagaloo

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It took me a while to realise you were talking about an actual rodent skeleton...
Hey, don't look at me like that, I'm tired :p
 

Fanboy

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That is pretty awesome. Although when using a mouse, I never look at it, I only feel it; Having a mouse that feels smooth and has an ergonomic design is more important than one that looks cool. But I'm sure he didn't make it for practical reasons.
 

Sion_Barzahd

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An amazing mouse, and made from pure genius. I'd love to have something similar for my computer, though without the rodent bones thanks.
Thats a touch too creepy even for my tastes.