It connects to your computer using the 2.4GHz wireless frequency and comes equipped with a nano receiver that can stay in your laptop. It comes in blue, red or black and retails for $29.99.
If you want one and don’t care about hand cramping and pain, the Elecom Nendo Orime 5 button mouse is available in black, red, silver, and white for $84.32 right now. We dig the unique design even if it isn’t very practical.
Here’s a mouse that is not your average boring variety. It is made to look like a pixelized image of a right hand mouse pointer that you’ve seen many times on the monitor. The scroll wheel that is located between the index finger and middle finger.
It works like any other mouse, just looks cooler on your desk. If you like it, this one will cost you $19.99. Though you might get sick of it pointing all of the time.
The Elecom Oppopet mouse truly looks like a mouse since the wireless receiver plugs into the back of the mouse for storage and makes it look like a tail. There are a variety animal tails to choose from. There is a fox, dog, dolphin, cat, pig, squirrel, chameleon and rabbit.
To use the mouse, just remove the tail and plug it into your computer’s USB port, turn on the mouse, and you’re ready. This mouse has 1,000dpi and a range of up to 3m It’s powered by one AAA battery. Pretty cute.
A couple by the names of Holly and PJ have set up an Etsy shop in order to help pay for their wedding. So it’s simple, buy one of these dorky Mouse belt buckles and help them with their wedding. The hook mechanism is behind the mouse.
They come in both Mac and PC versions. You have to be a hardcore geek to pull these off though. If you are geek enough, they cost between $15 to $22 and it’s going to a good cause.
Cideko has unveiled the Air Keyboard Chatting device, a combo compact wireless keyboard, gyro mouse, earphones and a microphone. This device allows you to chat with your friends, change channels on your TV, even operate a PC from a different room. Pretty handy.
This lightweight Air Keyboard Chatting has a working range of up to 30-meters and delivers 3D motion sensing by waving it in the air. The Lithium-ion rechargeable battery is good for up to 10-hours. It will cost you $99.99.
Razer is offering another version of it’s DeathAdder mouse, this time it’s Transformers 3 themed and looks a bit tacky. It comes in your choice of red, yellow, silver and purple for $69.99 and the specs are identical to the version already on the market.
There’s also a dual-sided Vespula mouse mat for $44.99 to celebrate the film and four new colored laptop sleeves for $49.99 each. Transformers fans now have more gear to add to their buy list.
SteelSeries has just unveiled the Diablo III mouse, headset and mousepads. The Diablo III headset features the same retractable microphone, overhead suspension design and 50mm drivers as the Siberia V2, but it has a few design tweaks thrown in.
The Diablo III headset is priced up at $119.99 and comes with a matte-black finish, in-line volume and mute controls, a braided cord and some neat ‘demon red’ illuminations thanks to 18 LED lights. The Diablo III mouse features 7 ergonomically positioned buttons, a laser sensor with up to 5,000 CPI and also has the ‘demon red’ illuminations. If you want you can also remap the seven buttons. Just $69.99.
Verbatim has announced the compatibility of its ultra-compact Easy Riser Wireless Bluetooth Mouse with the new Motorola XOOM. Motorola and Google have released a new software update for the XOOM tablet, which allows users to add and use a Bluetooth mouse.
The 2.4 GHz wireless technology and advanced laser sensor technology gives you great performance, superior cursor precision and of course full control. The Verbatim Easy Riser comes with two AAA batteries and will cost you $29.99 MSRP at Amazon.
This mouse looks like your typical no frills wireless mouse, but don’t judge a mouse by it’s looks. The Nexus SM-8000 Silent Mouse is virtually quiet when its buttons are pressed. No sound. It won’t bother those around you with annoying clicking noises.
Nexus’ 2.4GHz wireless mouse has five buttons, a DPI of 1,000 up to 16,000 and runs on two AAA batteries with an automatic power save mode. Nothing on pricing and release yet. They are being quiet about that as well.
The device features an optical touchpad, so you can interact more easily with your operating system and it will operate from within 10 meters of range. The device measures just 109mm x 59mm x 18mm and weighs just 93 grams.
The Genius SlimStar 8000 keyboard and mouse is now available for purchase in the US. The SlimStar 8000 keyboard and mouse set doesn’t use any wires and that means you’ll be able to use these peripherals on your desk or even when you’re across the room.
And that means that you can use the SlimStar 8000 keyboard and mouse for your Home Theater PC. The keyboard even has small holes to help drain liquid just in case you spill your drink. It requires 3 AAA batteries (which are included), features a USB port, and will work with Windows XP, Vista or 7.
It’s not often we can say that a mouse is in vogue, but Genius is offering their newest wireless mouse called the Navigator 905 Vogue. It uses BlueEye tracking technology, which means that it works on almost any surface.
It’s travel-friendly and comes with a 3-button design and a 2.4GHz radio frequency, 1200 dpi resolution and a tiny USB receiver. The Navigator 905 Vogue will cost you $45. Maybe it’s the mouse for you.
LogicBuy is selling an Alienware TactX Mouse and Keyboard bundle for just $149.99. Plus you get free shipping. That’s not a bad deal right? The Alienware TactX mouse features a 5000-DPI laser engine, 5 custom user profiles, 9 customizable buttons and AlienFX custom lighting.
The Alienware TactX keyboard delivers 6-custom macros, a WASD gaming cluster & Anti-ghosting technology as well as custom AlienFX lighting for two zones. Plus they look cool and futuristic, which is always a plus.
Rude Gameware has unveiled the Fierce Laser Gaming Mouse v2, their second version of the original Firece Laser Gaming Mouse. It’s packed with proprietary, performance-enhancing components that should show an improvement of 60%.
It also comes with a 5000 DPI laser engine offering a super fast response time of only 1 millisecond. Now that is fast. The Fierce Laser Gaming Mouse V2 will cost you $49.95. Its predecessor is now on sale for just $39.95 if you want the original.