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Cute Mouse Phone in a familiar shape

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on May 27th, 2008

Cute Mouse Phone in a familiar shape
Maybe iRiver should have done something like this with their Mickey Mouse speakers, creating something cute that actually has a bit more of a personality. It’s a cute little mobile phone, perfect for girls of course. It opens up to reveal a 1.3 inch TFT LCD screen.

It has Bluetooth stereo output and the player will play 3GP and MP4 video files. Some other features include a 1.3MP camera, alarm function, MMS, and FM radio. The Mouse Phone may be small and cute, but it’s price might scare some of you off at $225.

Tee off with the Golf Ball Mouse

Posted in Golf by Conner Flynn on May 26th, 2008

Tee off with the Golf Ball Mouse
This is probably not the best mouse to use gaming-wise. But Golf fans will have fun hitting a tiny ball in the hole either with the mouse that resembles a squished golfball or included putter. It even comes with the mousepad, looking like the green, and a flag.

Great for getting some game play in on those rainy days where you would otherwise get hit by lightning. The mouse, not content with being an ordinary flattened ball, will also light up in several colors. No word on price, but I’m guessing it won’t cost very much, since it won’t actually improve your skill.

Get pops the number 1 dad mouse for Father’s Day

Posted in Mouse by Shane McGlaun on May 22nd, 2008

MoGo Number 1 Dad MouseFather’s Day is coming up fast and trust me when I say pops doesn’t want a tie or something else that’s pretty useless. If your dad spends lots of time working on a laptop computer using the track pad what he needs is a notebook mouse.

The MoGo Mouse is available in a special #1 Dad edition just in time for Father’s Day. The mouse itself is pretty cool too and stores and charges inside the laptops PC Card slot. That means you will want to be sure your dad’s computer has the slot needed, but most notebooks will.

Wired Optical Ring Mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on May 19th, 2008

Wired Optical Ring Mouse
The Wired Optical Ring Mouse looks like it would be impossibly frustrating to use at first, but after thinking about it for a few seconds, it just might be ingenious.

Just slip it over your finger, move the tiny trackball with your thumb and watch as you navigate your way around the page like a professional. I think it’s supposed to slip on your ring finger, hence the name. That way, it should be easy to manipulate the buttons with your thumb as well. It only costs £14.99.

Google’s recycled wireless computer mice

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on May 11th, 2008

Google’s recycled wireless computer mice
Just when you think Google is finished branching out and taking over the world, comes another Google…something. In this case, it’s the Google mouse. They have a bright vivid look and these mice are recycled, so Google is already scoring some green points. And they’re wireless too. When you’re Google, your mouse has to be up to par and be at least wireless right?

They come with a WiFi dongle stored on-board and feature an 800dpi resolution. The material they are recycled from is plastic. They’re a tad loud and fugly for my taste, but hey to each his own search giant inspired mouse.

Elecom Egg Mouse gets more colors

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on April 30th, 2008

Elecom Egg Mouse gets more colors
A mouse is more then just a mouse to some people. Those people want some style and color. For those, this cute little Japanese mouse is meant for comfort and fits in the palm of your hand. The Elecom Egg mouse is not new, but you may not have seen it since its a Japanese product.

For their 20 year anniversary they are releasing the M-EGUR series in six different colors. It’s being released in black, white, gray, blue, orange and pink and features three buttons, a scroll wheel and a glossy finish. It will be released mid May in Japan only for $29.

Keyboard Pants with built in mouse

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on April 23rd, 2008

Keyboard Pants with built in mouse
You know, I’m kind of at a loss for words regarding this one. I personally would never wear these pants which feature a built-in keyboard, mouse and speakers. For one thing, depending on what you are typing, it might look like you are enjoying yourself way too much if you know what I mean.

Some geek decided that he was tired of carrying around a keyboard and mouse, so he stitched them into a pair of pants, and even threw in a pair of speakers. I don’t know how they transmit to your PC, or where the batteries are. All I know is that they can not be comfortable. Crotch typing is not a sport I’d like to practice.

Wireless Penguin mouse flattened by steamroller

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on April 21st, 2008

Wireless Penguin mouse flattened by steamroller
The wireless Penguin mouse appears to be geared toward those with a love for cartoon Penguins flattened by steamrollers. Now you can live that moment forever and navigate webpages with this somewhat flat and flightless bird. He’s even wearing a scarf.

Whether you love Chilly Willy or Penguins from any of the numerous recent cgi movies, I think you might be pleasantly disturbed to use this day in and day out. The USB Wireless Penguin Mouse comes in black or blue and only costs $20.

USB Ghost Mouse: Who ya gonna call?

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on March 25th, 2008

USB Ghost Mouse: Who ya gonna call?
I may have missed a memo, but last I checked Halloween was still a long way off. These should have surfaced around October. But hey, I guess even the Ghostbusters need a mouse that fits their style, though this ghost was obviously based on the Scream mask.

The mouse features an advanced 3-button optical scroll technology to provide you with high precision control. 800 dpi optical sensor. All the usual specs of a mouse. Aside from looks, I think the one thing that might make using this mouse a tad awkward is the ghost’s tail, unless your hand conforms to it. Scare up one of these for $12.

Mickey Mouse speaker is all ears

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on March 23rd, 2008

Mickey Mouse speaker is all ears
If you love Mickey and want a pair of speakers to stick in your iRiver MP3 player, this might be for you. As you can see, he’s all ears as usual with his typical goofy grin. (What’s the deal with only having Mickey. What about Donald Duck? No one likes Donald?)

The stereo speaker measures 6.3 x 3.46 x 4.96 in, weighs about 21 oz, and connects to any music player using a 3,5mm stereo audio jack. Looks like it comes in silver only. You can get it from DealExtreme for $20.10.

Geeky girly glam mouse

Posted in Peripherals by Shane McGlaun on March 17th, 2008

Swarovski Crystal MouseGeeky girls need a glam mouse I guess and we all know that gluing some Swarovski crystals to anything glams it up—right? A company from the UK has done just that and taken a mouse with a retractable cable and adorned it with blue, pink, green, and white crystals.

The mouse itself is a three button mini optical with a sensor that claims to be usable on any surface. The retractable cable can be locked to three different lengths. Each mouse is said to have about 350 genuine Swarovski crystals.

Asus mouse & flash drive combo

Posted in ASUS by Conner Flynn on March 14th, 2008

Asus mouse & flash drive combo
When two devices collide into one new hybrid device, the results can often be “What the hell were they thinking?”. This hybrid from Asus is one such cross-breeding experiment. It’s a flash drive from Asus that is also a wireless mouse. While it’s not the worst I’ve ever seen, I don’t see myself using this anytime soon.

Being a flash drive, it must be as bulky as it looks, so you wouldn’t want this in your pocket. As far as the mouse goes, who can use something that small? This isn’t for me, but if it pleases your tiny hands, you’ll have to wait for pricing and availability info, as we simply don’t know yet.

Mini Mouse USB speaker creeps me out

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on March 10th, 2008

Mini Mouse USB speaker creeps me out
At first glance, this little mouse thing is pretty cute with it’s blue glowing eyes, but then you start to wonder if those eyes would pulsate just as your power goes out. Next you are mesmerized and before you know it, you are doing it’s bidding. Hypnotized, you keep buying more, building it’s army. One day soon, when it damn well decides it is ready, the electronic army will launch it’s next offensive from your house. When the last little demon rolls out the door, you will no longer be hypnotized, but you will know what you have done. Drop to your knees, gadget collector. For you have doomed the world. It is appropriate to cry.

Meanwhile in another reality…This tiny mouse from Brando is not a computer mouse. It connects to your iPod, CD, PDA, computer, or other gadget using a 3.5mm stereo audio jack. It’s basically a creepy little speaker.

Got wood? The Jupiter mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on March 8th, 2008

Got wood? The Jupiter mouse
If the typical plastic mouse isn’t doing it for you, why not get some wood? It’s called the Jupiter Mouse because it’s wood-grain swirls resemble the gas giant and the famous red spot. How it actually works is different from the typical mouse as well.

It has built-in tilt sensors, so when you tilt it right, the mouse pointer moves right and when you tilt it left it will do likewise. The mouse pointer speed can also be controlled according to the tilt. You can get yourself in on this wooden mouse action for just shy of $140.

Use a USB warming mouse instead of fire

Posted in Mouse by Nino Marchetti on March 7th, 2008

warming-mouse.jpgA few weeks ago the heater broke here in part of the office and the women wisely decided to move to a warmer part of the building until it was fixed. Us men however toughed it out for two days until the problem was fixed. It sure would have gone by a lot easier though if we had this USB Infra-Red Warmer Mouse ($23) to keep us going.

The USB Infra-Red Warmer Mouse has an infrared red generator built inside which gradually warms up the mouse surface after being plugged into a USB port. It keeps the temperature at between 40°C ~ 45°C and can be turned off if, for example, your thumb’s skin starts to burn.