first image the 'pig' model of the 'oppopet' wireless mouse designed by nendo for elecom the 'oppopet' ('oppo pet') series of wireless computer mouses, produced by elecom in collaboration with nendo (canada-born, tokyo-based designer oki sato) feature a USB receiver shaped like an animal tail, making the device appear like a small pet. announced last year, the series has just been released in japan. 'oppopet' requires no driver, and can be used by simply connecting the USB tail to a laptop or computer. equipped with an on-off switch, the 2.4GHz, 3-button optical mouse weighs 55 grams and runs on a single AAA battery. it is produced in models including a fox, dog, dolphin, cat, pig, squirrel, chameleon, and rabbit.
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