Author: Colin Dean
The patented Jelfin mouse was all the rage this year at CES, garnering more attention from mass media outlets than most other products at the show. Unique to the Jelfin is not only its shape, but its flexible gel exterior. Aside from its appearance and feel, it’s a standard two button wheel mouse. Is it worth it? ThinkComputers checks it out.
Thanks to Jelfin’s Nick Pajic for graciously giving me a Jelfin mouse at the company’s CES booth.
Features and Specifications
- 5′ USB cable
- Works with any OS using standard USB mouse driver
- 1000 dpi
- Available in Cobalt Blue, Crimson Red, Cadmium Yellow, Electric Green, and Pink
- 2.5″ diameter, 2.2″ tall
The Jelfin comes in a small metal canister, called its travel can. Inside in the can is the mouse and a tiny manual. It’s securely packed and easy to repack for travel in order to keep the gel cover clean.