Sure, getting hold of the disk+Mouse might make your mates turn green with envy – only for a while, of course, as they (and you, much to your chagrin) realize that it is more suitable to be a conversation starter than a productive peripheral at the office. After all, this isn’t ergonomic at all to fit the curves and contours of your hand in any way. What the disk+Mouse does, however, is introduce a new form and design to the humble computer mouse, where it can cone up to a 3D full grip when the situation calls for it. When not in use, it will collapse into the form of a disk, so that you can always slip it into the disc tray when traveling – a 2-in-1 solution, if you will. Too bad I think this will remain a concept for a long time to come as packing in a mouse on your travels isn’t going to be that taxing on your luggage space in the first place.