Yesterday we had the world’s first bamboo phone, and today we’ve got yet another environmental-friendly tech gadget for you. This one is called the Noo-Mai – a mouse made from wooden scraps, bamboo and coconut shell. Of course its internal electronics can’t be replaced with organic parts, but it’s a good start, plus it looks interesting to boot. Unfortunately it is only a concept design at the moment, with no word of when it will go into production or how much it will cost, but devices like these show us that it’s possible to have technology that’s green at the same time. This mouse will definitely go well with the handful of wooden laptops available on the market. And in the future if they break down or you just get bored with them, the Noo-Mai can be easily turned into firewood.
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