11 Button Mouse

11_Button_MouseThe average mouse has 2 or 3 buttons on it. One for a left click, one for a right click and sometimes an extra one down the side to be used as a thumb control. Three buttons is not enough for some though. Try 11 (ELEVEN) buttons to help you keep control of everything including your kitchen sink. The 11 buttons control everything from double clicks, page forwards/backwards, volume up/down, internet and more.


– Play and Pause
– Internet
– Speed Switch (800 / 1200 / 1600 / 2000 dpi)
– Page Forward / Page Backward
– Volume Up
– Volume Down
– Double Click
– LED Indication (Yellow for 800 / Blue for 1200 / Green for 1600 / Red 2000 dpi)
– Left Button
– Right Button


– Adjust your speed in 1 stick (Speed in 800 / 1200 / 1600 / 2000dpi)
– Master most multi-media functons with you mouse
– Ergonomics
– USB 2.0 / 1.1 compatible
– Optical mouse
– Compatible to Windows 2000 / /XP / Vista

The 11 Button Mouse is available from USBFever and costs $14.99.


  1. Steve Nimmons says

    I think touch screen or voice control would be a more feature rich interface and this mouse is somewhat (significantly) over-engineered. The average user just about copes with 2 buttons and a wheel and I think it would drive anyone over the age of 16 completely mad. I use that demographic split as I see great dexterity in multi-button interfaces on what can only be a few square inches of plastic (aka cellular phones). Once you pass 20, any task that requires opposable thumbs becomes more difficult 🙂

  2. Baba Booey says

    @ SN: I totally disagree.I”m 34, and I use all 7 buttons on my MX Revolution to the fullest.And I would love to have more, as long as it didn’t compromise the ergonomics.A vol +/-, mute, not to mention play/pause and next/prev would have kicked some serious ass on a good designed mouse.
    And btw, I don’t think you speak for your peers at all.Unless you’re 70 that is.

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