Penclic Mouse

Here’s an interesting new user interface device from Sweden. It’s called a Penclic and is a combination of a mouse and a pen, such as you’d use on a tablet device.

Here’s how the company describes it:

Penclic takes the computer mouse to the next level. Penclic combine innovative Swedish design and cutting edge technology into their mouses, giving a new and amazing user experience.

The Penclic Mouse enables the extension of our bodily movements and harnesses the natural power and dexterity in our fingers and hands. This creates a healthy and natural working position. Endless clicking and unnecessary cursor movements are a thing of the past while using the streamlined and efficient Penclic Mouse. Penclic’s innovative pen grip counteracts health problems like Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI), obtained from using a traditional computer mouse.

The end result is a stylish, ergonomic and highly practical mouse which can be utilised by all people in demanding professions, or by everyday users at home. You will be positively surprised by the amazing user experience provided by the Penclic Mouse.

Here are some pictures:


The Penclic is available in either a wired or wireless version.

I’m a sucker for new UI devices, so this product is instantly appealing to me. What do you think?

Randy Rasa

Randy is an engineer/programmer/web designer who has suffered from repetitive strain injury off and on for over a decade.

One Comment:

  1. Having a Wacom tablet with a pen I can safely say that it is no better using a pen than a mouse. Both can cause RSI pain. It’s also sad to see the buttons on the side of the pen – If you’ve used a Wacom pen then you will know that it really is rather awkward to use these kind of buttons.

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