Blizzard and SteelSeries have created a gaming mouse specifically for WoW. With features like 15 programmable buttons, 130 pre-defined commands for drag and drop macro creation, 16 million illumination choices and 3 intensity and pulsation levels, it will be more difficult than ever to stop the addiction. Not to mention that it looks pretty hot. The MMO Gaming Mouse can handle up to 160 macros and comes with a price of $99.99.
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Those who are coordinated enough to manage a trackball will appreciate the Kensington SlimBlade. Navigation mode controls scrolling and cursor, while media mode controls volume, play/pause, forward/back, stop and track selection. Finally, view mode pans and zooms in and out and a heads-up display lets you know which mode you are currently using. The trackball is both Mac and PC compatible, connects by USB 2.0 and you can pre-order now for $129.99.
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There’s a new mouse in town. Cyber Sport’s Orbita has a built-in compass to calibrate movements in 3D. The wireless 3-axis mouse does without a scroll wheel. Instead, users rotate it left or right. It also has a series of buttons for clicking. Ergonomically designed, it features a programmable interface with multi-function platform. The Orbita is compatible with Windows 2000/XP/Vista and Mac OS X 10.3.9 and later. You can pre-order now for £82.10 (~$126.00) and expect a January delivery.
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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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Yesterday, Logitech announced that it shipped its billionth mouse, although it hasn’t gone very far as yet. Around since the 80’s, the company claims that it sells 7.8 million per month in about 100 countries. To celebrate the event, Logitech is backing a contest that allows anyone to follow Billie the mouse’s journey and try to figure out where it will end up. You can follow the fun on their BLogitech site where, if you answer a question correctly, may land you a MX1100 Cordless Laser Mouse.
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We know this is a bit cutesy, but the useful USB 2.0/1.1 Warming Mouse Pad can heat up your mouse, hand, or new kitten. The glove supports both Windows and Mac and either optical or trackball peripheral. The device heats up 15º in only 5 minutes. Made of wool and cotton, it has a convenient hole for the cord. At a size of 29 x 33cm and a weight of 83g, it comes with a 120cm cable and a price of $22.00.
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One of the reasons that some of us don’t do notebooks is because of the touchpad. Not only is it a pain, the keyboard is too far away. The V550 Nano Cordless Clip-and-Go Laser Mouse for Notebooks helps to solve part of the problem. The receiver is coin-sized and plugs into your notebook’s USB port. It features hyper-fast scrolling and click-to-click mode. Logitech promises 18 months of battery life and, if you forget, it has auto-shutdown when docked. The 2.4 GHz wireless mouse is compatible with both Windows and Mac OS X and comes with 2 docks, a USB extension stand, 2 AA batteries, and dock-removal tool for $59.99.
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The Asus Vit W1 Laser Mouse does everything else your old mouse can do plus it has a pulse rate sensor that lies beneath its plastic skin. The wireless device has a 30 ft. range, 5 buttons, a mini-USB receiver, and 12 dpi. We don’t know about you, but just knowing that we will be monitored would make us nervous and have an elevated heart rate. Especially if the little happy face starts to frown.
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Simpson motorcycle fans will love this helmet that is actually a mouse made by motopuran. The device is licensed and built to scale with an optical system of 600 dpi, left and right click buttons, and a scroll wheel. Choose between black, silver, red, and yellow. Compatible with Windows 98 and newer and Mac OSX, the USB mouse comes with a removable cord for displaying for ¥2,380 (~$22.00.) That’s pretty clever but we think we will wait for the Harley version.
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Thanko has come up with a mouse for those with sweaty palms. The 3-button device has a 2-inch fan built into the base. The USBCOOLM is 6 x 12.6 x 4cm, has an on/off switch and can be used by those who are left and right handers. Compatible with Windows, you can get one for ¥1,980 (~$18.00.) While we are not sure we need a cooler mouse, at the very least we expect is that it might clean off the crumbs we sometimes spill.
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