Peripheral companies such as Razer and, uh, Honeywell, have been trying to revolutionise the mouse for years. But, since the invention of the optical and laser sensors, nothing's changed in a dramatic way. That hasn't stopped the likes of Lexip, a French company that's stuck not one, but two joysticks onto a regular clicker. The first stick rests under the thumb while the second... well, I'll let you guess.