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MouseBlister makes your mouse uglier than ever

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on August 5th, 2009

MouseBlister makes your mouse uglier than everThis mouse looks like it has a deadly case of blisters. The MouseBlister claims to reduce tendonitis and carpal tunnel syndrome, but we can’t see anybody shelling out good money to ugly up their mouse in this way. Can you say scam?

Is it a mouse or a rubbery porcupine? The funny thing is that apparently it took more than a year to develop the technology to stick little bits of rubber onto a mouse. Just get an ergonomic mouse and keyboard and move on from this horror show.

Logitech offers Unifying Receiver for peripherals

Posted in Logitech by Shane McGlaun on August 5th, 2009

logitechunireceiver-sbOne of my all-time favorite mobile mice for notebooks is the Logitech VX Nano. The reason I liked the mouse so much was that it had a tiny Nano receiver that was so small you didn’t even need to unplug it to pack up your notebook.

Logitech has announced a new Nano receiver called the Logitech Unifying Receiver that eliminates the need for multiple wireless receivers when used with compatible peripherals. The tiny receiver protrudes from the USB port only 8mm and can connect with up to six different Logitech wireless peripherals.

Microsoft Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on August 4th, 2009

Microsoft Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000Microsoft has announced its latest ergonomic keyboard and mouse duo, the Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000. The keyboard features a Comfort Curve layout for natural wrist posture with a six-degree curve. The mouse on the other hand features BlueTrack technology so that you can use it on almost any surface.

Some other features include low-profile quiet touch keys and rubber grips on both sides of the Wireless Mouse 5000. You can get it later this month for $79.95. Your wrists may just thank you. Check out our review of the Microsoft Wireless Desktop 3000 while you are contemplating the purchase.

Chocolate Bar Mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on August 2nd, 2009

Chocolate Bar MouseAre you tired of your serious looking and boring mouse? Want something a bit different that will make you hungry and strain your wrist at the same time? Try this wireless mouse. It looks like a bar of chocolate with a bite taken out.

It can be yours for £21.99 ($36) and requires two AAA batteries to operate. It will compliment your chocolate iPhone case and your chocolate DS case very nicely. If you have all three, you may have an addiction to fake chocolate wrapped gadgets.

Razer Orochi Bluetooth gaming mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on July 23rd, 2009

Razer Orochi Bluetooth gaming mouseRazer has announced a brand new gaming mouse today called the Orochi. This one connects via Bluetooth 2.0, giving gamers some extra flexibility and functionality while playing. The Razer Orochi sports a 4,000dpi optical sensor that’s ultra sensitive and designed for use by both right-handed and left-handed users.

You’ll also appreciate seven programmable buttons that can be programmed to perform whatever functions you desire. The Orochi comes with a three-foot cord, but can also be powered by two AA batteries. They even throw in a carrying case.

Belkin introduces comfort mice

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on June 28th, 2009

Belkin introduces comfort miceBelkin has unveiled a new line of comfort mice which feature a new design that’s supposed to maximize comfort while you work. It also has an all terrain optical engine so you can use the mouse on any surface. The mice will be available in wireless, Bluetooth and retractable USB versions.

The Bluetooth version will be available in Black and White for $49.99 and the wireless version comes with 2 AA batteries which will be available in fuchsia, black, blue and red for $29.99. The retractable version is $19.99 and they have the same colors as the battery versions.

Sony’s aluminum VGP-BMS10 Bluetooth laser mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on June 16th, 2009

Sony's aluminum VGP-BMS10 Bluetooth laser mouseIf you’re looking for something a bit more attractive in a laser mouse, check out this shiny aluminum beauty. The VGP-BMS10 Bluetooth mouse features an aluminum case and a sliding cover that also acts as an on/off switch, and will protect the buttons and wheel.

That’s really all we know. Ourselves, our readers and little children all have questions left unanswered. Such as…Mommy, is this where all of our recycled aluminum cans go? Sadly, probably not dear.

Loop Pointer In-Air Mouse Launches

Posted in Mouse by Shane McGlaun on June 15th, 2009

looppointer-sbOne of the biggest issues for users who put HTPC systems into the living room is how to control the computer from the couch across the room. A wireless keyboard will handle the typing issue, but the mouse can be more difficult since there is no desk to use.

Hillcrest Labs has announced that its Loop Pointer in-air mouse is now available for purchase. The device is compatible with Windows and Mac systems. The Loop allows the user to control the cursor on a PC screen wirelessly from across the room without needing a desk or other surface.

Smartfish Tru:Motion Wireless Mouse and Pro:Motion Game Controller

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on June 11th, 2009

Smartfish Tru:Motion Wireless Mouse and Pro:Motion Game ControllerSmartfish has introduced its Tru:Motion Wireless Mouse and Pro:Motion Game Controller that offers up a new way to game on your computer. The Tru:Motion Wireless Mouse was designed in partnership with the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) in New York and features a pivot-motion that is ergonomic and comfortable, because the user’s wrist remains in a fixed state. Ambidextrous folks and lefties will love it and it will come with optical tracking, scroll wheel, and an aluminum finish.

The SmartFish Pro:Motion Game Controller, this is said to be the first intelligent and healthy “injury avoidance” ergonomic controller that totally does away with the risk of RSI and carpel tunnel syndrome(Yeah sure).

Logitech V220 notebook mice now in colors and trippy patterns

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on June 9th, 2009

Logitech V220 notebook mice now in colors and trippy patternsThe new Logitech V220 notebook mice are far out man. Normally only coming in dark gray, the three-button peripheral now comes in several psychedelic colors, including blue, pink, purple and red. But not just colors. There’s also three new patterns available.

It shares its RF-based nano USB receiver with higher-end mice like the VX Nano and you can leave the connector plugged into a notebook even when it’s in a bag. “The man” can have his boring old plain mouse. You’ll be rocking the colors and patterns of peace love and grooviness. They ship today for $30.

Microsoft Wireless Desktop 3000 Review

Posted in Review by Shane McGlaun on June 5th, 2009

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When it comes to talking about mice and keyboards there are opposing fronts. Gamers want wires on everything for better speed and accuracy. The average computer user wants to lose the wires for a less cluttered desktop. Today we are going to look at a wireless desktop set from Microsoft called the Microsoft Wireless Desktop 3000. Read on to see how well the wireless desktop performs.

Combimouse: Keyboard and Mouse collide

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on June 4th, 2009

Combimouse: Keyboard and Mouse collideThe Combimouse is a combination Keyboard and Mouse featuring a standard QWERTY keyboard and integrated standard mouse. It’s one of the weirdest things I’ve ever seen with a QWERTY layout. Apparently they are still looking to bring this to market.

An early combimouse prototype was succesfully tested by Wichita State University and they say they have all of the issues ironed out. The left unit is stationary and provides the function of the left hand side of a conventional QWERTY keyboard. While the right unit has a similar mass and center of gravity to a typical mouse. It also has a similar grip.

Verbatim wireless notebook mouse gets tiny USB dongle

Posted in Mouse by Shane McGlaun on May 22nd, 2009

verbatimnanomouse-sbIf you buy a typical wireless notebook mouse today, the USB adapter the thing needs can be about the size of a traditional pack of gum. That’s not so bad if you are working form a desktop that you never move, but if you are working form a notebook that you carry around the chances of breaking that big dongle are good.

A while back Logitech introduced a VX Nano cordless mouse with a tiny USB dongle to prevent damage. Verbatim has now unveiled a very similar wireless mouse called the Nano Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse. The mouse has a tiny USB dongle that only protrudes from the notebook a few millimeters.

Trypticon Transforming Laser Mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on May 20th, 2009

Trypticon Transforming Laser MouseMouse or robot dinosaur? No one knows for sure. But thank god the transformers in the new Transformers movie don’t look as cheap as these. These are like the Ravage Transforming USB flash drive, just not as awesome.

Disguise your mouse as a dinosaur, or disguise your dinosaur as a mouse. Obviously you need to make them fight at some point. Only a whooping $60 and due in September 2009.

2-in-1 flying mouse, wiimote

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on May 14th, 2009

2-in-1 flying mouse, wiimoteThis is the 2-in-1 mouse BTLS90 by Filco. It can’t decide what it wants to be. It features a gyro sensor so you can use it either on a desk or in the air like Wiimote. It doesn’t actually fly, unless you waving it around counts as flight. The mouse features an 800dpi resolution along with a USB-rechargeable 550mAh internal battery.

It isn’t much of a looker is it? I mean, it’s like a blue/black wiimote just swallowed a TV remote snake style and now it’s in for a long digestive process. It has a rather large butt too. The design team must have struggled for hours to figure out a way to make consumers stay away at all costs.