It's tough enough to peck and hunt when you've only got 26 or so primary characters to fool around with
, but trying to construct something meaningful in Chinese just has to be a tad more complex than we'd like to imagine. Hanwang's latest mouse
is looking to ease the pain suffered while penning an email with wildly elaborate characters by offering a more natural approach to keying in text, as built-in top-mounted screen accepts handwritten input
via the integrated stylus (seen after the jump). As expected, users can actually write characters on the LCD rather than typing it in, presumably making things a bit easier on those who'd rather handle a writing utensil than fight with a keyboard
. No word on pricing or availability just yet, but we're still not entirely convinced a mouse-sized panel
would be classified as "convenient" when trying to pen a dissertation.