This mouse/keyboard combo is either a fantastic technical achievement, or about as useful as a cheese sandwich to a drowning dwarf (we haven’t decided yet). But it’s still worth checking out. The Combimouse is pretty much a standard QWERTY split in two, with the right half acting as the mouse. When the user grips the mouse bit, the clever keyboard moves the pointer. Once it’s let go, the keyboard reverts back to QWERTY mode disabling the mouse. The idea is sound, but we’re not sure about the practicality. Or what it would do to your spelling.