Sure, Sony managed to apply some high-style to the mouse/VoIP phone the company showed off at CES. But little did they know that Taiwanese manufacturer Sysgration was already upping the ante in the highly competitive phone-mouse market with its own version. And, unlike the Sony, which lacks a keypad, the Sysgration model allows direct entry of phone numbers and sports a retro aqua finish. Actually, we're still not sure whether the Sysgration phone is an actual working mouse, or just a wireless VoIP phone that just looks like a badly designed mouse. Regardless, we can't imagine using it for any purpose.

Use your cellphone as a remote door-opener