This mouse likes to travel. Arriving in its own carrying pouch, the 500/1000 dpi Bluetooth V2.0 Optical Mouse has a working range of 10 meters, can toggle the DPI setting with a simple button and works with all Bluetooth capable PCs, Macs, laptops, and ultra-portables. Powered by 2 AAA batteries (not included,) it comes with a user’s guide in English and free shipping with its $19.98 price.
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Awwwww…why couldn’t we have come across this item before Valentine’s Day? Nonetheless, the USB Heart Mouse is still a great gift to show affection towards your loved one, any time of year. The valentine-shaped peripheral is plug-and-play, has 3 buttons (including scroll wheel) and is optical, so no mouse pad is required. All for only $12 USD.
Some people are fanatical about Hello Kitty. For others, it’s Star Wars. But for this writer, it’s all about the mighty penguin, as evidenced the penguin MP3 player, USB drive, and shower radio she’s written about, and that fact that she actually owns an iPenguin. This week, it’s the too-cute-for-words USB optical mouse, which fits either hand, and even includes a PS/2 adapter! Choose from Pink, Green, Blue, and of course, Black. The downside? According to the website, the mouse is only compatible with Windows—but doesn’t state whether it’s compatible with Vista. Available for $14 USD.
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This is an almost perfect way to spend time at work and yet still look as if you are accomplishing something. The flashing Disco Ball Mouse will get your co-workers to boogie on down as long as you keep working that mouse. The USB gadget flashes while you use it, yet still is a fully functional optical mouse with 2 buttons and a scroll wheel. It comes with a mousemat to encourage others to do a little dance while you pretend to keep working on that layout the boss wanted yesterday. Find one for £9.95 (~$20.19) at Gobaz.
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