Meet a Mouse Box, a wireless computer inside a mouse. The Mouse Box keeps a quad-core ARM CORTEX processor inside, clocked at 1.4GHz, the 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity and 128GB of internal storage. It uses a popular micro HDMI interface or a wireless image transfer module which is compatible with any monitor equipped with HDMI/VGA/DVI ports.
The team also wants to create a mouse pad that has an inductive charger so there is no need to plug it in or to replace its batteries. The device is just a concept at the moment, but it’s an interesting way of a PC design.
Saving space and size goes as an advantage these days for a PC. The Mouse box could be useful for users, who are crazy about security, because keyloggers and USB drive malware can be hidden anywhere in the PC.
The Mouse-Box still appears to be in the early stages of development and its creators simply asking for video shares. A release date has not been announced, nor has pricing.