A mutated Microsoft mouse - which bears a distinct resemblance to Quasimodo from The Hunchback of Notre Dame - has been spotted scampering around a German online store.
The Quasimodo mouse also features touch-scrolling, a battery indicator, a 2.4GHz (USB) nano transceiver and the ability to track on most surfaces.
The mutated device, which was likely designed by inebriated Russian scientists suffering from a post-traumatic meltdown of Chernobyl-like proportions, is expected to retail at a cool $70.
I don't know about you, but even Apple's "magical" rodent is looking good in comparison.
So yeah, if I was to shell out $70, I think it would be for the Magic Mouse.
Hell, it may still be a shiny and snobby Apple product, but at least the Steve Jobs mouse doesn't look like it is suffering from a severe calcium deficiency.