We have absolutely no idea as to whether the Combimouse will be adopted by computer users worldwide quickly, since this combination of both a standard QWERTY keyboard and mouse looks plain weird. After all, not many people are used to using a keyboard that is split down somewhere near the middle, and the Combimouse does an excellent job at the separation of keys, much to the chagrin of old school typists. On the left segment is part of the QWERTY keyboard while the right side was specially designed to resemble a large mouse. Whenever you grip it, it will recognize your hand and turn into mouse mode so that extra characters won’t pop up on screen all of a sudden.
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