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USB Airflow Mouse with LED messaging

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on October 23rd, 2008

USB Airflow Mouse with LED messagingIf you need yet another gadget with Scrolling LED messages, check out this USB computer mouse. It has a built-in fan to keep your hand cool. The best part is that you can create your own message and store it on the LED scrolling board inside the mouse.

It displays when the fan is switched on. Great way to give yourself important reminders or if you share the computer, type in something funny so your friend will see it. This has got to be the most pointless gadget of the week. Whatever message you choose, your hand will be covering it up for the price of $35.

Wireless Optical Road Mice

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on October 15th, 2008

Wireless Optical Road MiceLove cars? Love zipping your mouse around your desktop pretending it’s a Mustang? Then this might be your thing Speed Racer. These mice are modeled after a range of classics including the Ford Mustang GT, a Chevy Concept Camaro and a Dodge Charger SRT8. The Road Mice collection offers 800 dpi resolution and will work with both PC and Mac. As for ergonomics, not so much. But they’ll let you enjoy a scaled down version if you can’t have the real deal parked in your garage. They retail for $44.95.

SteelSeries WoW MMO gaming mouse: Never leave the house again

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

SteelSeries WoW MMO gaming mouseWrath of the Lich King is coming and SteelSeries wants to make sure you drop out of the human race for a good long time. The mouse features 15 programmable buttons and a new in-game configuration utility that lets you graphically assign the buttons where you need them and save different profiles. You can also choose what color you want those LEDs down the back to be.The laser mouse will be available on November 13th to coincide with the Lich King launch, for “under $100.”

HandshoeMouse doesn’t look like a shoe or a hand

Posted in Mouse by Shane McGlaun on October 3rd, 2008

HandshoeMouseFor some computer users working on a PC all day is a literal pain because of all the repetitive stress from typing and using a mouse. There are many different types of ergonomic computer peripherals on the market and some work well. A new ergonomic mouse is being announced that was developed by two major medical universities in Holland.

The mouse has the rather odd name — HandshoeMouse. You might expect it to be shaped like either a hand or a shoe thanks to the litany of strange peripherals on the market. The HandshoeMouse has extensive medical studies to back up its strange design.

Hand Grenade mouse mod

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

Hand Grenade mouse modI’m not sure if I could use this mouse. For one thing, the urge to pull the pin would be too great and I would be afraid of it going off in my hand since it was apparently made from an old grenade casing. Though I suppose it’s more likely to kill your wrist with it’s anti-ergonomics.

The guy who modded it even wired up the trigger as the left mouse button. It might be good for those with sensitive data on their computer though. If you have the need, just pull the pin and run, hopefully blowing the hell out of everything. War, huh, good god yo, what is it good for? Absolutely nothin’ ‘cept for making a mouse. Sing it with me.

Targus launches Mac line of accessories

Posted in Mac by Conner Flynn on September 30th, 2008

Targus launches Mac line of accessoriesTargus has launched its first line of Mac accessories, a bunch of stuff in stunning Wii white. There’s a $70 Bluetooth Laser Mouse, a $50 Wireless Mouse, and an $80 Bluetooth Presenter. Each features a touch-sensitive scroll button. On the presenter, it will switch to cursor control, while it will give you four-way scrolling on the mice.

If that’s not enough, there’s also a $50 USB file-transfer cable for direct file transfers between PCs and Macs, as well as a $30 four-port compact USB hub. Want more? How about MacBook and MacBook Pro privacy screens from $50 to $80, and a $50 dual-fan cooling pad. All can be had right now.

Gyration MotionSense Air Mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on September 24th, 2008

Gyration MotionSense Air MouseMovea’s Gyration Motionsense Air Mouse weighs in at under 4-ounces and has fancy gyros and accelerometers inside so you can control your computer as if you were playing your Wii, by waving it in mid-air without the need of a wizard’s spell. The mouse uses 2.4GHz wireless technology with a 100-foot range and it’s got customizable buttons and gesture recognition. Two rotational gyro axes and three linear accelerometer axes detect your movements and it starts up in 20ms.

But if all that scares you, or if your arm tires, it has a standard laser mouse option. The Gyration MotionSense Air Mouse will be available in October for $100. One day we will have one motion device to rule all of our devices and our arms will be strong, where they once were weak.

Humanscale Ergonomic Mouse rocks like a boat on the bottom

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on September 22nd, 2008

Humanscale Ergonomic Mouse rocks like a boat on the bottomUsing a mouse and keyboard for hours everyday can have some bad effects on the wrist and fingers. When bloggers begin their careers, they start out with beautiful model quality hands, but after awhile they look down and realize that they’re typing with withered witch hands. Okay, not really, but it takes it’s toll. Repetitive stress injuries can cause a lot of pain, which is why you want an ergonomic mouse. And Humanscale has an odd one.

They’ve announced the adjustable ergonomic mouse called the Switch, which can be used for right or left handed users. The Switch has a 45-degree angle on the bottom to help minimize wrist stress and to help it look somewhat like on a boat. Also has a navigation dish that helps prevent injury from constant scrolling. If you’ve ever seen an injury from constant scrolling then you know it can be a gruesome scene, often followed by shouts of “Blogger Down!” and cries for help. No word on price yet.

USB I Love You Mouse will give you love when women won’t

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

USB I Love You Mouse will give you love when women won’tSo you’ve got your Star Wars merchandise all around, including that life sized Padme doll. You’re all cozy in your Jar-Jar slippers. Some channel is playing a Star Trek marathon. Incense is burning and you’ve lit some candles to complete the scene. So you cuddle up with your plush wookie and you’ve got the cheetos ready. You adjust the kleenex box on your dresser. Ah the life of a geek bachelor.

But it gets lonely. You have no one to share your knowledge of droid programming with. So you forget about that other stuff and go find your mouse. The one thing that loves you more then your comic book dealer. How do you know? It tells you so. “I Love You”. It’s the best $21 you’ve ever spent. But after an hour of USB mouse affection, it’s back to candlelit Trek.

Knockoff Mickey Mouse mobile phone

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on September 15th, 2008

Knockoff Mickey mobile phoneThe LT2 Mickey Mouse phone is for beautiful little fairy princesses who have wished upon a star for their parents to search for Chinese knockoffs on the internet. At least it looks kinda nice. It has the whole Mickey theme happening, 2.0-inch 262k TFT touch screen, 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, microSD slot, FM radio and all the other basic functions, even a currency convertor for when your folks buy more junk, a to-do list, world clock, unit converter, health test, and calculator. The LT2 Mickey phone can be yours for $142.82.

Eizo may be the coolest remote/mouse ever

Posted in Remotes by Conner Flynn on September 13th, 2008

Eizo may be the coolest remote/mouse everThe Eizo C@T-one from Nanao Japan is a roundish mouse that also doubles as a TV remote. The wireless mouse works on the 2.4Ghz frequency, has a scroll wheel and an optical sensor which turns off automatically after 30 minutes in order to save power. It also sports a tilt sensor similar to the iPhone, so that when you tilt the mouse it activates the remote control.

It’s got all of your typical controls like power on/off, channel and volume control, mute etc. The device is powered by AA batteries which supposedly last for 3 months. The USB receiver is about the size of a pen drive and it’s compatible with Mac and Windows. Currently it’s available in Japan only for about $ 125.

Microsoft debuts new laser desktop set

Posted in Keyboards by Nino Marchetti on September 11th, 2008

Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 6000

Microsoft added to its line up this week a new laser desktop set to help increase productivity amongst all you Windows users out there. It is called the Wireless Laser Desktop 6000 and it prices around $100.

The Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 6000 includes Microsoft’s Wireless Laser Mouse 6000. It is described as “a full-size mouse with a right-handed ergonomic design that features a snap-in transceiver .” Included with this mouse is a the Wireless Keyboard 6000, Windows Aero-inspired keyboard which offers Microsoft’s Comfort Curve ergonomic layout with included six-degree curve.

Microsoft SideWinder X8 Mouse looks to deliver gaming fun

Posted in Mouse by Nino Marchetti on September 11th, 2008

Microsoft SideWinder X8 Mouse

Another new Microsoft mouse offering this week is the computer giant’s latest wireless gaming mouse. It is called the SideWinder X8 and it will run you around $100.

The SideWinder X8 makes use of Microsoft’s new BlueTrack technology to offer more advanced tracking abilities. It has a 2.4GHz wireless connection and up to 30 hours of gaming before its battery needs recharging.

New Microsoft BlueTrack technology best mouse thing ever?

Posted in Mouse by Nino Marchetti on September 10th, 2008

Microsoft Explorer Mouse

Microsoft said this week its new BlueTrack Technology is the world’s “most advanced tracking technology” for consumers and their comptuer mice. Two new mice – the Explorer Mouse and Explorer Mini Mouse – are the first to debut with BlueTrack, pricing around $100 and $80, respectively.

Microsoft says this of BlueTrack: “The large, blue beam and specular optics architecture, in conjunction with a Microsoft-designed image sensor and proprietary pixel geometry, generates a high-contrast picture of the mousing surface that allows exceptional tracking accuracy. The BlueTrack Technology light beam emanating from the bottom of the mouse is more than four times as large as the average laser beam used in today’s mice, enabling reliable mouse tracking even on difficult surfaces such as carpet.”

Microsoft unveils fashionista Arc Mouse

Posted in Mouse by Nino Marchetti on September 9th, 2008

Microsoft Arc Mouse

The much chattered about Microsoft Arc Mouse officially made its public debut today, which probably wasn’t the best planning given all of the updated iPod buzz. This slinky mouse will set you back around $60 when it debuts later this month.

The Arc Mouse comes in a thin crescent shape with your choice of black or red body colors. It sports a foldable design which reduces it by almost half for portability when snapped shut. Its micro transceiver, said Microsoft, snaps into the bottom of the mouse using a magnet, sticking out less than 1 centimeter while plugged in.