A PC is not complete until you add its peripherals, at least, a mouse or a keyboard. As PC’s are part of our daily lives a lot of manufacturers started building PC components and peripherals, some show incredible performance at a huge price, some are cheaper don’t reach the level of performance you acquire and some are equally priced based on their capacities. As PC users have become more and more obsessed with peripherals developers have adapted to their needs and started building unique devices.
That is why we can find on the market today some of the most expensive peripherals which you don’t actually need, but they make your PC cooler.
5. Telegraph mouse
The Telegraph mouse is unique in its design as it was built to replicate an 1837 electrical telegraph used to send morse codes. The vintage computer mouse brings back the feeling of clicking a telegraph key and besides the unique design it is built from brass and oak component. The $550 mouse is the perfect choice for any vintage collector who wants a unique old-school design for his PC. Otherwise, the mouse has no special feature and the price is based on the materials it was built from and the classic design.
4. Optimus Popularis Keyboard
Although I have to admit the Optimus Popularis keyboard’s customizable feature is attractive there are other keyboards on the market that have a customizable LCD screen at a more suited price. What makes the Optimus Popularis keyboard stand out it’s the way you can change the looks of any key with whatever you want that can completely transform your keyboard’s look. As impressive at it looks it’s not a peripheral anyone can afford because it’s basic price is $1500.
3. Les Clés USB
Again, if you are a collector who wants to make his whole home look like an 18th-century french residency besides the telegraph mouse you might also consider the Les Clés USB. The drive has a classic hand-carved design and it is covered with gold. The product made by Chirita Paris is fully hand-made manufactured and has a very luxurious and royal vibe. This tiny little device with the starting storage capacity of 34GB can cost you more than $1.200 which seems pretty much useless considering that all it has to offer is a gold-made case.
2. Happy Hacking Keyboard HG Japan
This keyboard is not available for sale anymore as it was in limited edition created on the 10th anniversary of PFU limited, a Japanese company that develops unique computer keyboards. Except for the typical design a classic Happy Hacking Keyboard has of keys without anything printed on them the limited edition that had a $4.400 price was also coated in Wajima Lacquer which consist of panda essence and it was also dusted with gold. Who knows? there might be people who did not find a use for this keyboard and are now selling them for even higher prices as it is a limited edition collectible.
1.The World’s Most Expensive Computer Mouse
Don’t expect me to reveal the actual name of a mouse because The World’s Most Expensive Computer Mouse is the name of our Top 1 most expensive peripheral. It appears that its manufacturers didn’t really want to build a practical mouse but an actual very expensive one. The 1.200 DPI Wireless mouse is built from an 18-Carat white gold casing with almost all inside components made out of pure gold. To add some more to its expense, its manufacturer added a flower design created from 59 diamonds that can also be arranged in other designs. The World’s Most Expensive Computer Mouse is not just the name of the peripheral is an actual truth because its price is $26.050 but who is crazy enough to pay that much money for a technically useless mouse with an, in my opinion, ugly design.