The Chameleon X-1, brainchild of Hong Kong-based company Shogun Bros, appears to be just a run-of-the-mill wireless mouse. We all know that appearances can be deceiving, though.
The Chameleon fuses together a PC gaming controller, mouse and remote control into one by becoming a tri-purpose tool, marrying gaming and multi-tasking better than any similar device we've seen.
The game controller is built into the underside of the mouse, sporting a similar control layout to that of a PlayStation with two, albeit miniature, analogue sticks. The Chameleon also acts as a Wii-style PC remote that can launch and operate iTunes with just the push of a button using a USB dongle and a 2.4 GHz wireless connection.
Prices in the US are around the $55 (£34) mark and anyone with small hands can order at http://shogunbros.com/.