Super-mobile finger trackball is small enough for magic tricks

Let's rethink the humble pointing device, placing it on a fingertip with a trackball up top. That describes this puny peripheral from Japanese manufacturer Sanwa, not a finger mouse, but a USB trackball so small you can still type with the finger it clings to.

This tiny $28 gadget aims to please, with its HAL 9000-like red trackball with a red LED backlight, but despite the best efforts of its photographer, it still can't hide the fact that it's wired. Make it wireless, and it'll seem like magic.

Via CrunchGear