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Russian Wooden Mouse offers eco-friendly interface
« on: December 02, 2009, 10:06:45 PM »
If you are looking for classy, eco-friendly stocking stuffers for your tech-inclined friends this holiday season may want to consider the handcrafted beauty that is the Alest Rukov Wooden Mouse. Hailing from Russia, the device designer carves each mouse himself and uses linseed oil to bring out the wood's detail.
It is really beautiful peace of work.
Rukov offers the mouse in a variety of woods including Sapele, Ebony, Bubinga, and Makor. If you've got a recession-proof wallet burning a hole in your pocket you can pick one up for $996 to $1281 here.
Yes, not everyone can afford it so we can leave Russians to make a "green" mouse for themselves but just for holidays you can consider buying such a beauty.

It's really a work of art. Too bad it can't be affordable art for some people.
Other people might say: How is this eco-friendly?
You cutting down a tree to make an eco-friendly mouse?
It dose look really good though!

It's alittle bit "eco-friendy" - russian style!
Russia is really going forward in its technologies too fast some times.
« Last Edit: December 02, 2009, 10:16:28 PM by Mariria » | Forum