Isn’t this one of the zanier devices you’ve seen in a while? It looks more like one of those floating balls that perpetually turn round and round on a mini fountain, but is your standard computer mouse instead. Known as the Jupiter Mouse accelerometer mouse, it doesn’t come cheap either at $246 a pop. Handmade from Chinese flowering ash, this wooden mouse works by moving the cursor in direction and velocity according to the tilt of the spherical mouse, changing the way you work while offering a refreshing look at your desk. Me? I’d rather stick to a nice Logitech with all the extra money left over to purchase some indoor plants, while saving the rest for a rainy day.