There seems to be a craze to save the planet lately, and a lot of us tech junkies are feeling some backlash for using plastics that were made in a factory setting. Well now there is a light at the end of the tunnel with Fujitsu’s new M44, which they are touting as the world’s first eco-friendly mouse. The creation of this mouse takes less carbon dioxide than it’s regular plastic counterpart.
The other plus to this device is that all non-metal parts are made from biologically sourced renewable compounds such as lignin, starch, and natural resins. It is rumored that this mouse is also more comfortable as its materials are far more elastic in nature. Hopefully this will catch on to the market at large. This new tree-hugging mouse will only cost you $22, which is not too shabby when you’re trying to save the world.