Of all the computer gear on the desktop, the mouse is clearly the most nurturing. After all, what other peripheraland ?
So this latest feature seems like a natural progression: reducing stress. That, at least, is the claim made by U.K.-based Hot Forest Technology, whose "SensDevice" mouse supposedly monitors its user's stress levels through built-in biofeedback technology such as electrodes that make contact with the skin. When the system detects that you're about to freak, according to Shiny Shiny, it recommends certain stress-relieving exercises that are appropriate for the occasion.
We remain skeptical but, if it does work, there may be hope yet for sufferers of the dreaded "."