The Apple Magic Mouse is finally here, replacing the oft-despised Mighty Mouse. So, what’s makes this new mouse so magical? For starters, there are no moving parts, other than the actual button. Yeah, the whole mouse is a button, but you can do the right-, middle-, and left-click. You can also scroll with a swipe across the acrylic surface of the mouse, and it also supports a bunch of the multitouch gestures you are used to using on Apple notebooks, two-finger swipes and all. The Magic Mouse is wireless, supporting Bluetooth, and the battery lasts a whopping four months. You can pick one up today for $69.
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CPAs and others who are constantly fighting with numbers will appreciate this Mouse Pad that also works as a 10-digit calculator that includes M+, M-, MRC calculation and has an on/off switch when only the pad is needed. It will light up in the wee small hours of the morning and can be used as a USB 1.1 port hub. The device will work by LR44 battery (included) or 5V adapter (not included) and has a price of $17.99.
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Looking for a gift for your fave golfing geek? GreenHouse’s Golf Mouse has a golf ball textured mouse and a turfed mouse pad. Connectible by USB 2.0/1.1, he/she can practice a mini-swing while keeping track of PGA games at the same time. By the way, the pad glows for a nighttime tee off. The mouse has a 1.5m cable length, and a mini flag, putter and golf ball are included in the $39.99 price.
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Working Class Heroes, the brand known for their minimalist felt gadget pouches, has returned with a new name and a brand new collection. Now known as Hard Graft, the new Dapper collection has been unveiled and three new designs have been added to the Hard Graft repertoire. Still constructed of high quality wool felt and leather, the Dapper collection features pockets reminiscent of those found on jeans, just big enough for an iPod or iPhone. And the collection now features three new pouch styles, two created specifically for the Kindle and the iPhone and a new Laptop Wallet featuring snaps along the open end. Prices for the entire collection range from 19 to 89 Euros and Hard Graft’s online store is open for business.
We have a a mouse that looks like a mouse, and mouse pads with hubs, so it is only logical that someone came up with a 4-port hub that looks like a mouse. The plug and play USB 2.0 peripheral comes in pink, green, yellow, or blue and its four
hubs can move 90º for flexibility. Weighing only 52g, the mouse supports Windows 2000/XP/Vista, Mac OSX and Linux and comes with a price of $12.00.
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Are you the type that cleans your mouse with a toothbrush when no one is watching? You only have to wait until late August if you are in the U.S. until Belkin releases its Washable Mouse. No need for a pad, this mouse works on wood and upholstery in any direction and features optical technology with 1200 dpi with its USB connection. The best news is that the little techie rodent is only $29.99, a decent price to pay for this modest mouse.
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