Early impressions of the Mycestro 3D mouse

A long time ago, I decided to take a chance on an interesting Kickstarter about a rather unique mouse called the Mycestro. (Technically, I forgot about it for a while and by the time I checked back the crowd-funding period was over. Some time later I pre-ordered directly from the website they eventually set up, in time for some kind of discount. But that’s not very important here.) After a number of delays and problems – relatively well communicated, but still unfortunate – I eventually got a small and surprisingly light package a few days ago. I’ve used it for a few hours now, and while I’m sure my opinions will change as time goes on it seems worthwhile to set down my original thoughts on the device, partly in chronological order. Continue reading Early impressions of the Mycestro 3D mouse