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NES Controller modded into a mouse

Posted in Nintendo by Conner Flynn on February 12th, 2009

NES Controller modded into a mouseSomeone has taken an old NES controller and modded it into The Compwnent USB Nintendo Controller mouse by adding a new chip and USB cable. It will work with any OS. We’re not sure how comfortable it would be to use, but it’s not like it will injure your wrist over time. Why not?

It will show up as “Compwnent USB NES Controller” on your device list and boasts a Mouse Mode. Hit A, B, Start & Select simultaneously and you can use the D-pad and A/B buttons to control mouse movement and left/right click! The NES Controller will cost you $35.

Logitech G9x Laser Mouse for gamers

Posted in CES 2009 by Conner Flynn on January 6th, 2009

Logitech G9x Laser Mouse for gamersLogitech has a new version of it’s famous and highly customizable gaming mouse, the G9. The design is the same and the spec sheets won’t tell you what is so new about it. But they did up the precision, which is good news. Users can adjust the gaming-grade engine up to 5000 dpi, where before it was only 3200 dpi. The G9x ships in April 2009 for $99.99.

Some specs: Two interchangeable grips (Precision and Wide Load) let gamers select their preferred grip, Save up to five profiles on the mouse’s on-board memory, Built-in weight cartridge holds up to 28 grams of metal weights that gamers can mix and match, Custom-color LEDs let you match your G9x mouse to your personal preference, and the MicroGear Precision Scroll Wheel precise click-to-click scrolling is perfect for weapon selection.

ASUS intros keyboard / mouse remote for Eee Box

Posted in ASUS by Conner Flynn on December 27th, 2008

ASUS intros keyboard / mouse remote for Eee BoxYour Eee Box experience is missing one key ingredient isn’t it? A branded keyboard/mouse/remote. According to Eee PC News, ASUS is getting ready to ship an Eee-branded wireless keyboard / mouse combo in black and white.

That should be good news for Eee users. The multi-function remote should handle all of your media center duties easily. There’s no word yet on a price or release date, so we unfortunately, you’ll have to wait to find out.

Clamshell Mouse concept is no Arc Mouse

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on December 22nd, 2008

Clamshell Mouse concept is no Arc MouseWe’ve seen the Arc Mouse and until now it’s been one of a kind. Check out this design by Shaun haugh. This computer mouse is based on the Arc’s design, but manages to be different at the same time, in the final shape as well as finish.

This clamshell mouse has a steep arc which would make gripping it either harder or easier, I’m not sure which. The mouse is made of a silica gel like soft material and has metal supports for positioning, works on AA batteries with two steel buttons that lock and unlock the support rods.

Orbita Mouse looks like a red blood cell

Posted in Mouse by Shane McGlaun on December 15th, 2008

Orbita MouseIf you go to your local electronics store and look at the display of mice for your computer or notebook, you will notice that they are all very similar in design. Not only do they share the same design and similar technology, the shape means that virtually all mice put stress on the same parts of the hand and wrist.

Cyber E Sport has introduced a new mouse that uses a unique design that reminds me of a red blood cell with a concave design. The round mouse has an indention in the middle and uses wireless 2.4GHz connectivity.

Z-Nano is the world’s smallest Mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on December 10th, 2008

Z-Nano is the world’s smallest MouseThe Z-Nano is truly the world’s smallest mouse. It measures just 42mm (1.65″) x 21mm (0.83″) x 17.65mm (0.69″), it’s not much bigger than it’s attached USB cable or your fingertip. The cable even clips into the mouse itself with a powerful magnet for easy storage.

It even features a slot that you can use to slip in your own tiny photo to personalize the mouse. You’ll need to squint to see it. The world’s smallest mouse will cost you $60 and it will make your hand feel all weird and lonely, while your finger does all the work.

Steampunk Mouse made with real mouse parts

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on December 9th, 2008

Steampunk Mouse made with real mouse partsDaniel Pon loves Steampunk. So when it came time to make a steampunk mouse to go with his Steampunk keyboard and monitor, he went a little crazy with the design. The end result? Pretty damn cool. And maybe a bit morbid.

The Paradox Mouse is a great steampunk mod with typical brass, bolts, gears, wood, etc. A great neo-Victorian peripheral. But it has a few extra features that Daniel calls “ironic”. These features are a real mouse skull, shoulder blades and spine, all lovingly worked into the project. The skull sits on the front of the mouse, the shoulder blades as miniature cattle catchers, and the spine as the palmrest.

Snoopy & Woodstock USB hub and mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on December 3rd, 2008

Snoopy & Woodstock USB hub and mousePeanuts fans have something new to buy. If you bought the Peanuts laptop, plan on buying the Snoopy video game and just can’t get enough of Snoopy and his little bird buddy, you may want to consider this mouse and usb hub.

Kokuyo has just unveiled the Snoopy USB hub and Mouse. The four port hub is available in two colors featuring Snoopy and his pal Woodstock having fun. The 800 dpi optical mouse comes in blue with Snoopy sleeping. The Japan only product will hit stores December 22 just in time for Christmas.

Logitech has shipped its one billionth mouse

Posted in Logitech by Shane McGlaun on December 3rd, 2008

Logitech Billionth MouseNearly every desktop PC on the planet makes use of the same peripherals. The mouse and keyboard have been with computers almost as long as computers have been around. In the world of peripherals, there are a few big names in mice like Logitech and Microsoft.

Logitech announced today that it has now shipped its one-billionth mouse. Logitech shipped its first mouse, the Logitech P4, in 1982. By 1996, the company had shipped one million mice globally. By 2003, Logitech had shipped 500 million mice and a mere five years later Logitech has doubled that amount to one billion mice shipped.

Special edition Microsoft Arc Mouse matches your Oriental pottery

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on December 2nd, 2008

Special edition Microsoft Arc Mouse matches your Oriental potteryAt first glance, this looks like a bunch of broken oriental pottery. It’s actually a picture of three Microsoft Arc Mice all dressed up like oriental pottery. So you see, the Arc mouse really is a beautiful mouse. No other mouses looks so stunning amid ginger roots and fine china.

This is a special edition of the Arc Mouse that Hong Kong design store Goods of Desire turned it into a work of art. Very nice. We’d like to see more mice make dramatic statements like these.

Mini Cartoon Mouse FM radio

Posted in Radio by Conner Flynn on November 26th, 2008

Mini Cartoon Mouse FM radioI would venture to guess that there’s not many of us looking for a stand-alone radio in the age of iPods. But if you do like carrying around an FM radio, why not make it this cute little cartoon mouse? He’s even got a spring tail, which I assume means that he’s happy to see you. Best of all, he’ll only cost you $6.99, but you’ll need 2 AAA batteries.

Sadly, you can’t even use this mouse as a portable mouse. If I were you I would hurry. Innovation like this won’t stay in stock for long. I haven’t seen such amazing vision in a gadget since the Creative Zen Moo.

Roll-up mouse pad with USB hub & speakers

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on November 20th, 2008

Roll-up mouse pad with USB hub & speakersToday’s mice don’t really need a fancy mousepad, but many of us like to have one for our home PC. And this one is pretty convenient. First, it rolls up so you can get it out of your way when it’s not needed, more importantly it features a 4-port USB hub and dual speakers. Obviously it’s made cheap, but it sure would come in handy during travel. For $22 you really can’t go wrong.

E-Blue Pequeno wireless optical mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on November 16th, 2008

E-Blue Pequeno wireless optical mouseThis just may be the smallest mouse ever, just like they are claiming. You may even look silly using it. It measures just 38×68×28mm and weighs 35 grams. The e-blue PEQUENO from OTAS not only claims to be the smallest, but also the lightest wireless mouse available on the Japanese market today. The 2.4GHz mouse features three different resolutions (400dpi,800dpi and 1600dp) and a battery life of 21 hours. It’s compatible with USB 1.1 and 2.0 and runs on Windows ME/2000/XP/Vista or Mac OS X 10.2 and higher. It will cost you $63.

When your mouse evolves

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on November 5th, 2008

When your mouse evolvesIs this the next step in mouse evolution. It is if you’re Jose E. Rivera and this is your mouse. It’s a highly evolved USB mouse, that can unfold its wings and just look creepy. The next step in it’s evolution is to take flight, attack and lay eggs in you somewhere. That’s when an organic USB port will appear on your abdomen. Once you plug in, the warmth generated VIA USB will incubate it’s eggs, until baby flying scarab-demons burst from your chest. But you don’t have to worry about that…Unless you’re Jose E. Rivera.

The Victor Multi-Kill: Like sending mice to the electric chair

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on November 3rd, 2008

The Victor Multi-Kill: Like sending mice to the electric chairThere are plenty of options when it comes to getting rid of mice. There’s the old mousetrap that in all likelihood will snap back on your finger and have you hopping around in pain. There are glues,baits,traps and varmint catchers of every kind. But when you absolutely need to exterminate these little guys with extreme prejudice, there’s this thing. The Victor Multi-Kill trap.

Looks like some modded lunchbox, but what’s inside isn’t your lunch. The Victor uses a high-voltage shock to murder any mouse in its path cold dead in just 3 seconds, then it dumps the carcass into the collection box for disposal. So, it’s kinda like a mouse-mob hit. Quick and behind closed doors. They claim it’s effective enough to get rid of all your mice in a single night. You might thnk this is inhumane, but if they really do die in 3 seconds, there’s very little suffering compared to other traps.