At first glance, this I-T Click Click mini-mouse from Suvil looked to be the solution to all the world's ills. Not so much. In fact, this thing is awkward enough to hold and cheaply enough built that it'd probably be hard pressed to solve world hunger. The premise is simple enough: you rotate the mouse slightly for ergonomics, left click with the "fingernail" button and use the button at your thumb for right click. It all falls apart with use, however, with the scroll wheel gumming things up, and the fact that the "right click" is in use by your leftmost digit not helping anything. Left-handed users don't stand a chance. The I-T Click Click is currently available in Germany and Spain for about €12, and Suvil is looking for a global distributor.