While it's hard to say if Apple's Magic Mouse
really needs "fixing" -- it depends somewhat on your grip -- it's not a huge stretch to say that the slender multitouch device doesn't quite fit in the palm
of one's hand. Sensing a market opportunity, Will of MMFixed.com recently decided to come to our collective rescue. For $10, he offers a simple silicone block that matches the mouse's contoured surface nicely, with an integrated suction cup that keeps it securely fastened. While it's not quite a one-size-fits-all solution, it's certainly a lot cheaper than buying one of the new whacky
, adjustable mice
we've seen recently; and if the idea of ergonomics via marshmallow doesn't appeal to you, you can always try the white bread
variety. Video after the break.