Manhattan Stealth Touch Wireless Mouse
Do mice have to have buttons? (Even Mickey has those telltale white ones, for some reason.) Apparently not, since Manhattan's innovative buttonless Stealth Touch Wireless Mouse gets the job done well without them. You just tap your fingers on the smooth, curved surface where you'd expect to left- or right-click -- or swipe up/down in the middle, where a scroll wheel would be.
More than a novelty, this self-contained unit is simple, slick, well-designed and fully functional. For instance, the wireless micro-dongle stores securely (but is easily removable) right in its underside, next to the compartment that holds its two AAA batteries and the power button. Once turned on and quickly paired, a little blue Manhattan logo lights up on the left side of the mouse to let you (right-handed users) know it's oriented correctly.
Then, speaking of orientation, when you pick up the mouse, it enters presenter mode. With it in the air, just swipe left or right on it to skip the slide backwards or advance it forwards. Try that with your boring, buttoned mouse!