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Scratch and Scroll mousemat debuts

Scratch and Scroll mousemat debuts

By 7 September 2009

Community-powered product design site Quirky has come up with an idea for reinventing the mousepad, which is rapidly becoming extinct thanks to the prevalence of laser and darkfield mice. The idea? You can write on the mousepad. Just like those kids toys... >>

Strange-looking Mus2 Mouse now available

Strange-looking Mus2 Mouse now available

By 24 October 2006

The latest arrival at Boysstuff.com is the Mus2 Mouse, a strange-looking computer mouse designed to be more ergonomically pleasing for the hand. The wireless mouse has a range of 2m, a resolution of 800dpi, and a frame refresh speed of 2300fps. The battery... >>

Lindy adds USB2.0 ports to mouse pad

Lindy adds USB2.0 ports to mouse pad

By 28 September 2006

Lindy has developed what must surely be the world’s first truly useful mousepad, the Illuminated Mouse Pad with 4 Port USB2.0 Hub. It does just what it says on the tin. Don’t let the glowing blue light distract you; at the top of the mouse pad is... >>

Formula 1 carbon mouse mat for racing fans

Formula 1 carbon mouse mat for racing fans

By 7 June 2006

For the man who's got it all, we present: the Formula 1 carbon mouse mat. This is apparently a hand-made mouse pad created by the technicians who make Formula One monocoques (we think they mean the body of the racing cars) and was designed using state-of-the-art... >>