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Thursday, February 26, 2009

Heated mouse jokes will get somebody steamed!

Mouse Jokes
from FleNov.net

Let's start off with a classic and one of my favorite practical jokes. Without disconnecting the mouse, hide it somewhere. If the system block is set up on a desk, the mouse and its wire can be hidden behind it.

Now, put another, dummy, mouse, on the desk and throw its wire behind the desk to create the impression that it is connected to the computer. The most important thing is that the substitute mouse should look like the one that you have hidden. When your victim starts working, he or she will grab the sham mouse and quickly decide that it isn't working. It will be difficult for them to determine the root, as the computer won't issue any error messages (the computer knows that a mouse is connected - it's not its fault that no one is trying to use it) and a cursory inspection of the back panel confirms that the mouse is plugged in properly.

The same trick can be played with the keyboard, but a keyboard is more difficult to hide. If you hide it behind the computer, a cursory search will reveal it and putting two and two together will be relatively simple.

Another mouse-related trick is to simply remove the ball inside. This will render the mouse inoperative. It takes a while for novice users to figure out that the ball is no longer present. Those with more experience will notice right away that the mouse is significantly lighter (some balls account for as much as half of the mouse's weight) and will not be taken in. You should also try to play this one in the near future, as mice are rapidly going optical.

But this does not necessarily mean that the future will be bland, as optics form the basis of new vulnerabilities. Turn an optical mouse upside down and you will discover a lens in the hollow in its middle. It is simple enough is to cover this lens with something thin and opaque. Non-transparent scotch tape will do well for this purpose. The mouse stops working and, from what I've seen, the lens is about the last thing that the perplexed user checks.

The mouse can also be taped to the mouse pad or the desk with two-sided tape. The problem here is, of course, figured out pretty quickly, but this does not make it any less effective. Colleagues and friends with a good sense of humor should appreciate the joke for what it's worth.

ATX cases with a PS/2 mouse and keyboard connectors are very common nowadays. These connectors are identical, so it is a snap to swap the plug places. In this case, while seemingly connected, neither the keyboard nor the mouse will work.

There's no danger to the system itself if you swap the places for the plugs while the computer is turned off, so nothing will burn out. Moreover, on computers with good motherboards, the mouse and keyboard plugs can be switched with the computer on. I experimented with hot swapping on motherboards from Asus, Abit, and Gigabyte without any adverse results. The only problem in this respect is that, when the plugs are returned to their correct connections, the mouse may refuse to work without rebooting. The keyboard is more compliant and works without rebooting. But this depends not only on the motherboard, but also on the type and version of the operating system.

Another trick is to switch the left and right buttons. This is done by selecting the Start/Control Panel menu sequence and then opening the Mouse item. This will open the mouse configuration dialog window. Put a check in the Switch primary and secondary buttons box. This will assign the left button function to the right button and vice versa. This is a rather simple joke that will generally only have at least a medium-term effect on novice users.

In the same mouse properties window, the mouse double click speed can be set to the maximum possible (Fast). Now, in order to double-click, the user has to develop a Speedy Gonzalez index finger. When I set the Double-click speed to Fast on my computer, I couldn't pull off a double-click operation, no matter how hard I tried.


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A heated mouse helps relieve RSI mouse hand pain

Mouse RSI Pain - Repetitive Strain Injury
from Self Made Minds

I had been suffering from mouse rsi last month quite badly, this was really starting to put paid to any small attempt at productivity as the pain in my right hand meant I was constantly taking breaks and with the kids on holiday my wife would suggest afternoon outings etc and I’d jump at the chance of relief.

I decided upon the Evoluent 3 vertical mouse, it looks strange but the theory is that your hand is in a handshake position which is more natural than the constant twisting of the forearm when using a traditional mouse. It was a bit pricey for me in the UK as it was shipped in from the USA. $59 for the mouse and $36 shipping.

It does feel strange at first and even after the 3rd/4th day I wasn’t sure if it was helping me at all. After the first full week though all pain in my hand had gone and now after using it for a few weeks I can fully recommend it to anyone, it feels natural, comfortable and responsive with lots of settings and my rsi pain has all gone, not a business tip but I am 100% sure it will help me be more productive in the coming months as I can concentrate better.


A heated mouse is the best solution for RSI pain. The infrared heat rays soothe tired muscle strains and relieve tension. It relaxes the hand and helps improve blood circulation. If you suffer with Repetitive Strain Injury, click here and visit IGMproducts.com for a warm mouse.

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The Heated Mouse

by Ryan Block

Funny, we've always only had problems with our palms getting too sweaty when using our peripherals, but the Heated Mouse heats up to 102° Fahrenheit. Apparently it's intended "for those with poor circulation in your finger tips" ... is that, like, a veiled fat jab?


Hmmmm.... the heated mouse heats to a 104° and it's used primarily to keep cold mouse hands toasty warm. Yup, a great item for poor circulation because the heat gets the blood warm and starts an internal healing process. A warm mouse is good for a variety of hand injuries, too. It's soothing, relaxes sore muscles and relieves tension in an overworked mouse hand.

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Cold office? USB heated mouse to the rescue

from DVice.com

We've seen no end of USB-powered heating gadgets — from mousepads to cushions to drink warmers — so why has it taken until now for someone to put forward the USB heated mouse? I mean, you're plugging that sucker into a USB port anyway. Beyond being really handy for any Inuit wandering around the frozen north in search of some free Wi-Fi, Thanko's USB Warmer Mouse II would be great for offices where the most common question is, "Is it getting colder in here?" And you don't have to swap equipment in the summer, since the heat is off with a mere flick of a switch.

Some Mac users may want to hold off, though, since the USB ports on Apple keyboards tend to be low-power (best to check, or find a powered port that you can use). Everyone else in need of a little heat can order one of these optical, 800-dpi for about $23. — Peter Pachal

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Hamburgers, Sports Cars, The Heated Mouse Showcase

Hamburger Computer Mouse
from NewDavincis

Price: $12.95
Hamburger Computer Mouse

Novelty computer mouse in the shape of a hamburger. This stylish computer mouse's features include:

Ergonomic design
PC mouse compatible
Tracking speed: 500mm/sec
Resolution: 250 dpi
Switch service life: 1 million X 3 clicks
Long 6' cable


Not sure which one I like best..... Am I hungry? Or, do I want to get in the fast lane? I think I'll stick with my ValueRays Warm Mouse! It's hot!

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Warm hands, warm finger mouse? Heated topic....

Finger mouse is just plain weird
Mike Yamamoto

We first saw a finger-mounted mouse more than a year ago, but our opinion of the idea hasn't changed much since then.

Granted, there's a new version that's wireless, which addresses one of our biggest complaints about its predecessor. But the new 3D Optical Computer Wireless Finger Mouse still looks too cumbersome to use comfortably for those of us who type about as much as we breathe on any given day.

And even though it's supposedly more ergonomic than a traditional mouse, according to PClaunches, we still think a bit of contortionism is needed to work the scroll wheel and other controls. Besides, just the thought of it freaks us out because it looks like some kind of robo-leech stuck to the hand.


Our cold mouse hand will be cramped using the finger computer mouse. We're trying to come up with ways to keep our computer mouse hand warm. I don't think the finger mouse will help. Looks very uncomfortable!

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Here he comes to save the day..... Mighty Mouse is on his way!

Apple, CBS sued over use of ‘Mighty Mouse’
by Jim Dalrymple, Macworld.com

Landover, MD-based Man and Machine (M&M) has filed a lawsuit against Apple and CBS for their use of the term “Mighty Mouse.” Apple uses the name to describe its computer mouse and CBS uses it for a cartoon character.

Filed in the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, Southern Division, M&M says both Apple and CBS are infringing on its Mighty Mouse trademark. CBS and M&M are currently battling over the trademark, but Apple was brought into the fight because it licensed use of the term from CBS.

M&M recognizes that CBS has a trademark for the use of Mighty Mouse for its cartoon and clothing products. However, CBS has applied for a trademark for the term as it relates to a computer mouse. The application date is later than its own application, according to M&M.

M&M makes computer waterproof computer accessories targeted to hospitals and labs. In 2001 the company developed a waterproof mouse that it dubbed Mighty Mouse. M&M began selling its mouse in March 2004, while Apple introduced its mouse in August 2005.

“Because of Apple’s size, fame and large advertising budget, Apple’s use of the Mighty Mouse trademark has and will continue to overwhelm M&M’s use of its Mighty Mouse trademark and will cause M&M to lose the value of that trademark,” the lawsuit reads.

M&M is asking the court to declare the licensing deal between CBS and Apple invalid and enter a permanent injunction restricting Apple from using the name. The company also wants Apple to destroy all products, packaging, prints, wrappers and signs that infringe the trademark.

While M&M didn’t specify a dollar amount, it is seeking damages, attorney fees, interest and costs.


Heated Mouse has a comment to make about all this.....

Mighty Mouse was my hero as a child. Please don't worry. Mighty Mouse will save the day!

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Turn up the heat: Waterproof mouse in hot water!

Mighty Mouse 5 Waterproof Mouse Review
by Shane McGlaun

Today we are going to look at the Mighty Mouse 5 from Man & Machine. The mouse is covered in silicon and is totally waterproof and can be disinfected.

The Mighty Mouse 5 is the mouse counterpart to the Really Cool Keyboard that we looked at last week. The mouse is perfect for the average computer user who needs a mouse that can stand up to water and be disinfected when needed.

Review excerpt: “Overall, the Mighty Mouse 5 is very good and the added ability to sterilize the mouse to prevent germs from causing illness and the waterproof design this may be the perfect general use mouse in a shared computer setting.”

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Must Have Checklist: Choosing a Computer Mouse


Upgrading a mouse may seem like an insignificant improvement compared to a new hard drive or monitor, but a mouse can make or break a computer user’s experience. Slow, inaccurate and uncomfortable mice can distract away from important tasks and frustrate even the most advanced users – not to mention ruin a perfectly good score on the latest computer game.

Today’s mouse is a whole different animal than the clunky trackball mouse of the 80s and 90s. Bluetooth capability for high velocity wireless connectivity, laser tracking for pinpoint accuracy, programmable buttons and tilt wheels for advanced functionality and sleek, ergonomic lines have transformed this peripheral into a powerhouse.

There are five different kinds of mice to choose from:

Wireless Mice

Wireless mice connect to your computer through a receiver plugged into a USB 2.0 jack or using Bluetooth technology. They come in all sizes and styles. Since they operate on standard battery power, a distinct decrease in performance can be noted near the end of battery life. Indicators on most mice warn you when it’s time to switch to new batteries.

Wireless mice tend to have a bit of a delay compared to corded mice (USB more than Bluetooth), but for most users it’s difficult to detect. Gamers are more likely to find the delay frustrating.

Corded Mice

Although connecting a mouse to a computer with a cord may seem like an “old-fashioned” way of doing things, sometimes nothing beats the speed of a wired connection. Tugging on a cord that keeps sliding back behind your desk may be worth it if you can beat your best score or design a presentation that much faster. And you never have to dig around in a panic for a couple batteries.

It’s always good to have a corded mouse on hand when your computer has serious problems or you’re building a system. A corded mouse will always work, while a wireless mouse only works once drivers have been installed – which in some cases is impossible.

Laptop Mice

These “mini mice” are smaller in stature but just as powerful as standard mice. Their size makes them portable and easier to use in small spaces like on airplane tray tables. Some are wireless, while others sport retractable cords.


A whole new approach to “input devices”, tablets are flat surfaces on which you write, draw and point with a pen-like mouse. They have “touch rings” for scrolling and zooming. With many different levels of pressure sensitivity and programmable switches on the pen, tablets are all about comfort and convenience. Some come with a battery-free compatible mouse and different pen tips for artistic ease. Tablets provide a whole new level of power over your computer, but take some effort to get used to.


Modern trackballs stay in place while you manipulate a large rolling ball with your thumb and forefinger. Control buttons and a tilt wheel provide all the features of other mouse styles. These mice are heavier than other mice, so if you’re in the habit of picking up your mouse off the mouse pad, you’ll find these to be awkward. Keep in Mind

• Laser vs. optical – mice that use laser technology are going to be more precise than optical or LED technology

• Weight – a sleek-looking mouse may become a burden if it’s too heavy for whizzing about

• Mouse pads – hard plastic mouse pads, or those with pictures, can interfere with mouse performance. Consider sacrificing style for a plain, soft, pliable mouse pad.

Before you buy your new best friend, consider that the mouse that works well for someone else may not work well for you. Take some time to consider how you use your current mouse, and what design will be most comfortable for you at the end of a long day of pointing and clicking.


We're adding one more type of computer mouse, and it's the heated computer mouse.

Is constructed of a durable plastic and designed using a 5V carbon fiber heating element. The best heated mice are therapeutic in nature and soothe tired hands and sore muscles. Infrared heat is a healing source of heat rays. The infrared heat penetrates the skin's layers and enters the muscle tissue. About 20-30 minutes of infrared heat treatment daily can create positive results for a person with hand pain. If you or someone you know complains about a cold mouse hand, a heated mouse is for you.

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Trust Xpertclick MI-2520p USB Mini Optical Computer Mouse

from Computer Mouse

Optical mouse is a widely used one because it is performs very faster than other computer mouse. The famous company Trust has come up with their new model of optical mouse named Trust Xpertclick MI-2520p USB Mini Optical Computer Mouse.

Trust Xpertclick MI-2520p Computer Mouse includes 3 buttons in it, which suits to both of your hands. This model has a compact design making it very attractive and the power consumption of this unit is very low as well. For comfortable grip this device has a rubber layer at the top. The mouse is suitable for USB connections. Maximum movement resolution of the unit is 800 dpi

Movement detection technology used in this mouse is optical movement detection technology which makes the movement very faster. Connectivity technology used in this is wired. Cables included with the product are 1 x USB cable. Supported Os with the device is Microsoft Windows XP 64-bit Edition, Microsoft Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP. This model includes a scrolling wheel that makes the movement faster.

Dimensions of this Trust mouse include a width of 5.7cm, a depth of 9.7cm and a height of 3.4cm. Warranty given by the company to this outstanding mouse is a limited period of 2 years.

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Wooden computer mouse lends classy touch of nature

By J Mark Lytle

Pricey, but better than those wood-look mice made with sticky-back plastic. Modern life getting you down? Tired of endless bad news on telly. Then why not add an old-fashioned touch to your life with an all-natural computer mouse.

Well, monoDO, the Japanese company behind the Play Mouse says it's all natural, but we suspect the innards may owe a little to modern engineering. Still, replacing that nasty plastic shell with real wood is a start.

Walnut topping. The ¥9,800 (£57) Play Mouse is currently available only in Japan and comes in a choice of maple or walnut. Maker monoDO says it enlisted the help of a band of master carpenters to make the mouse, but we just wish they'd stuck to plywood and made the thing a hefty chunk cheaper.


I wonder if a wooden computer mouse is capable of being designed to heat. The heated computer mice are all molded plastics. Although it's nice looking, I don't think the wooden mouse is a practical gadget. It's very expensive and does not look very comfortable to hold.

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Microsoft Arc Computer Mouse Review

from Digit Geek & Dooby Brain

Don’t go by its looks, the Microsoft Arc Mouse is a fully functional mouse which isn’t just supposed to sit on your mouse pad looking pretty, but is also very comfortable and ergonomic. Normally, one doesn’t associate style with computer mouses and the Arc Mouse is set to change that. It is priced a bit higher than most mouses, but then style comes at a price. It can be folded into a mini mouse or used in the normal way, it impresses either way.

The back portion of the Arc mouse folds in to make the entire device as compact as possible so that you can stuff it into your bag or laptop case without taking up too much space. When the back portion of the mouse is extended, the center of the mouse becomes elevated with a hollow space that lifts the hand into a comfortable sitting position.

Microsoft Arc Mouse Specs:

Dimensions: 4.4 x 2.3 x 1.4 inches
Weight: 3.1 ounces
OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7, Mac OS X, Linux
Connectivity: USB 2.0
Battery: 2 AAA / 6 months
Price: $50

The Microsoft Arc Mouse sports a superb design, it is very stylish and slim. It is available in black and burgundy and looks very classy. It is very light and feels nice to use. The unusual form factor actually improves your productivity, you will get used to it pretty soon. You can also fold the mouse to 60% of its size and convert it into a regular laptop mini mouse. It has a range of about 30 feet with the 2.4 GHz wireless USB transmitter. When not in use, you can plug in the receiver inside the mouse to save battery life.

It has a normal scroll wheel nestled between the two buttons. It is powered by 2 AAA battery which comes with a status LED which indicates when the battery is low by glowing red. The batteries should last for about 6 months. When used with Windows Vista, you can install the Microsoft IntelliPoint software to make it work with Flip 3D.

The Arc Mouse is a laser optical mouse and hence is much more accurate than regular LED optical mouses. It works on almost all surfaces and has just the right amount of sensitivity. It is compatible with Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

Nice Design
Superb Performance


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If Disney has its way, Mickey Mouse will be more interactive

By David Templeton, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Mickey Mouse and his buddies may become more animated and interactive in the future because of a new Disney association with Pittsburgh's Carnegie Mellon University, where the world's favorite rodent and his ilk will be the subjects of animathol, robotics and other technologies for the Disney film, resort and entertainment empire.

Ed Catmull, president of Disney and Pixar Animation Studios, announced formation of two laboratories this week during his keynote address at SIGGRAPH 2008, the world's largest computer graphics conference ends Friday in Los Angeles.

Disney also will open a lab at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, known as ETH Zurich. Both universities will help foster new technologies for Disney's Parks & Resorts Division, Disney Media Networks, ESPN, Walt Disney Feature Animation, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Disney Interactive Media Group and Pixar.

"Creating the next generation of sophisticated technologies requires long-term vision and collaboration with world-class innovators," Catmull said, noting that the labs will strengthen Disney's commitment to research and development.

Jessica Hodgins, a Carnegie Mellon professor of computer science and robotics and newly named director of Disney research, Pittsburgh, said the first goal is to create ways for robots and virtual characters to interact with people.

"We'll be looking for ways to sense what a person is doing or thinking so that the character can respond appropriately," she said. "Whether the character is a robot or a virtual creation, the interaction issues are the same. We need to figure out what sensors to build and how to interpret and respond to human behavior."

Under the five-year contract, Disney will provide Carnegie Mellon with funding for a director and as many as eight researchers. Most projects also will involve faculty and students, with lab staff encouraged to teach university classes.

Carnegie Mellon stands out with its expertise in computing, robotics, human interaction and entertainment, said Joe Marks, vice president for research and development for Walt Disney Imagineering and Walt Disney Animation.

"CMU is No. 1 in the world, and that was obvious to Disney," he said, noting that advances in computer technology led to creation of Pixar and its documented success with computer graphics and animation in such films as "Toy Story," "Finding Nemo," "The Incredibles" and "Ratatouille."

Developing a relationship with Carnegie Mellon represents Disney's attempt to create "the perfect collaboration of industry, academics, art and science," Marks said.

One goal is "to make a park experience that is more interactive and responsive" to people.

Marks said the company will provide guidelines and goals, but also adopt a "bubble-up philosophy" to allow researchers to work on ideas that show promise.

"That's part of the magic of it," he said. "The principal investigators are world-class people who develop their own research."

— Distributed by Scripps Howard News Service

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How Computer Mice Work

The first computer mouse

The Computer Mouse Inventor, Douglas Englebart

from HowStuffWorks

Mice first broke onto the public stage with the introduction of the Apple Macintosh in 1984, and since then they have helped to completely redefine the way we use computers. Every day of your computing life, you reach out for your mouse whenever you want to move your cursor or activate something. Your mouse senses your motion and your clicks and sends them to the computer so it can respond appropriately.

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Inflatable Computer Mouse - Warm Air Balloon?

Jelly click _ mouse for laptop
from portfolio, D E S I G N O D O U B T

Portablity is very important for a laptop mouse. Emphasis on portablity results in decrease of the usability and vice versa. 'Jelly click' is a flat type portable mouse that can be used by being inflated satisfying both portability and usability of a laptop mouse. When deflated the user can fold it up for a convenient portability and when inflated and in use a feeling as if you were tou-ching a soft jelly or even a balloon can be felt.


Filled with warm air, I wonder how long the inflated computer mouse stays firm enough to work? Certainly would not want to have to interupt my day constantly filling the computer mouse with more warm air!

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How to use computer mouse


Learn how to hold the computer mouse: Hold the sides of the mouse with your thumb on one side and ring finger or pinkie, which ever feels more comfortable to you, on the other side. Your index finger goes on the left button and your middle finger on the right button. (Some computer mice only have one button, some have several, and some have a wheel which you can use your middle finger to depress the wheel then turn it up or down to scroll pages very quickly or slow depending on how quickly you turn the wheel. Personally I love the wheel and would not have a mouse without it!) When you are told to 'click' use the button under your index finger, or the left button.

Learn how to move the computer mouse: Slowly slide the mouse around on the mouse pad. See what happens to the arrow on the screen as you slide it around.

Do you need a mouse pad: You should have a mouse pad under your mouse, (although the new optic mice do not require one). You will have an array of choices when purchasing a mouse pad; find the one that is comfortable for you. Rest your hand on the mouse pad or desk and move it slowly, there is no need to lift the mouse off the mouse pad unless you run out of room, then you just lift it up and reposition where needed. You don't need to move the mouse to the left or right, simply slide it left or right with the buttons still facing away from you.

What does clicking do: Clicking sends a command to the computer. To click, gently press and release the left computer mouse button. Be careful not to move the mouse while you are clicking, if you accidentally do simply slide the mouse back to where you want to click and try again. Try to keep you hand relaxed on the mouse as you press and release without lifting your finger completely off the button.

You are Done - Great job! That is all you need to know to start using your computer and that mouse. Keep working on it and before you know it, it will feel like second nature to you and you will not even have to think about what you are doing.

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How To Choose a Computer Mouse

Tracking Technologies

Mechanical mice - Mechanical mice were the first ones used on computers, and can still be found for sale, despite the advances of tracking technologies. These mice feature a hard ball on the underside that rolls as the mouse is moved, and rollers inside the mouse allow the physical motion to be translated to the pointer on the screen. Optical mice - Optical mice replace the whole ball/roller assembly of mechanical mice with a beam of a light and an optical sensor. Optical mice have several advantages over mechanical mice. Although mice generally aren’t heavy, the elimination of the ball and roller mechanism allows an optical mouse to be much lighter than a comparable mechanical mouse. A clean desktop is generally good enough, but those looking to take the precision of optical mice to the highest level may opt for a performance “mousing surface”. Laser mice - Laser technology is the latest and greatest in computer mice tracking, and takes the advantages of optical to a new level.

Most of the attributes of a laser mouse have been described in the optical mouse section, except for one. The Logitech MX1000 laser mouse may be the mouse for you if you are looking for extreme precision. PS2 - PS2 mice were the standard for a long time, as all motherboards provided two PS2 ports for connecting a keyboard and a mouse. It seems that just about any mouse now uses USB to connect, whether it is a wired mouse, or any variety of wireless mice that we are about to look at.

Wireless Connection Technologies

This generic wireless mouse operates on the 27MHz frequency and the mouse itself is powered by AAA batteries which are not included. The A4Tech ND-30 RFID wireless mouse must be used with the included mouse pad in order to function, but there are no batteries in the mouse, and no cords on the mouse to get in the way. Features Buttons – Most mice (except for a Macintoch’s) include at least two buttons.

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Computer mouse - A song & animations


Look at the picture on this page. Do you know the words for the things in the picture? Where is the mouse? And the mouse mat? And the keyboard? And the screen? And the speaker? Use a dictionary if you need help!


Here is the first part of the song.

I’ve got a mouse
I play with every day
He runs across the mat
And his tail is long and grey
He doesn’t like cheese
He likes playing games
He’s not afraid of cats
He hasn’t got a name

He’s my computer mouse
He’s my double click, single click
Run around the mat computer mouse
Left click, right click, double click. OK!

Song and lyrics by Andy Henley/Tym King
Animation by Cambridge English Online Ltd

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Computer Mouse - Heated, Chilled or On the Rocks!

from Computer Mouse

It is difficult to imagine the functioning of a computer without the use of a mouse. With a mouse all the functions can be coordinated well and results in better output. Belkin PS/2 F8E812 Computer Mouse is an efficient unit that brings in the true performance of an efficient mouse. Perfect grip is offered with its compact design and one can use it better for enhanced operation.

The simple tool controls the overall functioning off the computer. Selection, navigation and browsing seem to a simple activity with this unit. PC is the supported platform included with cable as its connectivity. User friendly interfacing is made possible with operating systems like Microsoft Windows 2000 and Microsoft Windows 98. Since the unit is wired you can use the unit more effectively. This unit is compatible with PS2.

Continuous and unhindered operation is made possible by this Belkin computer mouse. The efficiency of the functions of the computer is depended upon the powerful operation of this unit. Smooth movement allows the user to handle the unit properly. Belkin PS/2 F8E812 Wired Computer Mouse redefines the overall performance of the computer. Give your computer system a perfect company with this unit.

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Choosing an Ergonomic Mouse That is Right for You

author: Rebecca Beckett

Choosing the right ergonomic equipment for your office space can make a world of difference. It might mean coming home feeling less physically tired or stressed because your body will feel so much better. There are many different types of ergonomic mice in the world today. Several examples include the finger mouse, the wireless mouse or the mouse pen. Here are a couple tips that you should follow when looking for that perfect ergonomic mouse for you.

Hand Position Consider the position your hand is in when it is on the mouse. Make sure it feels comfortable and allows your hand to remain in a natural position. When standing, your hand should fall at an angle. Many ergonomic mice may have an angled surface to imitate a natural position.

Rest your Wrist If you don’t have one already, make sure your mouse has a wrist rest. It should be connected to the mouse pad so that it remains stationary and allows you to completely rest your wrist. Generally you will find these rests made out of a gel or flexible type of material to provide ultimate comfort. And actually, it should be your palm resting on the rest and not your actual wrist.

While these two ideas may seem common and simple, they need to be used more in the workplace. Employers need to provide their employees with the necessary equipment. Let’s face it – we use our mouse so frequently – it is an obviously essential piece of office equipment. This is why it is one of the hottest selling items in the computer market today.

One of the main ways that the mouse has changed over the years is that developers have created the infrared movement sensor. This has allowed the mouse to become more ergonomic and has eliminated the need for the roller ball. Next, they made it wireless. No more wrists jerking to loosen up those tangled cords. And, you must admit, it’s nice not having to clean out that roller ball when it gets clogged.

Okay, so you’ve shopped around and have chosen your new ergonomic mouse. You’ve positioned it on your desk just right with the wrist rest. Even with the top of the line ergonomic mouse, ergonomic experts still say that using keyboard shortcuts whenever possible is still much better for you and probably faster in the long run too. Even though you may now have the best ergonomic mouse – don’t forget about the other things too. Make sure you have a good chair and that you are sitting up straight in it. Consider a footrest. Why not try out an ergonomic keyboard. Think about a glare filter on your computer screen to help with those headaches. And above all else – take a break! Rest your wrists, your eyes, your back and your head. Take a deep breath and stretch.

One thing is certain: we spend a lot of time at our desks. It is essential that we create the perfect ergonomic workspace. From the office chair we sit in all day to the keyboard we type each e-mail on – it’s all essential. However, don’t forget that small piece of office equipment it is so easy to overlook: The ergonomic mouse.

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Analyst Predicts Computer Mouse Obsolete in Five Years

Douglas Engelbart invented the Computer Mouse 40 years ago.

by Donald Melanson from Switched

As you may have noticed, we're not ones to put much stock in analysts' predictions, especially when they involve the demise of something as entrenched as the mouse in as little as five years. Still, that's the limb Gartner analyst Steve Prentice has walked out on, sort of.

While he first qualifies things a bit by saying that the mouse "works fine in the desktop environment but for home entertainment or working on a notebook it's over," he later seems to get considerably more definitive in stating that "the idea of a keyboard with a mouse as a control interface is the paradigm that I am talking about breaking down" (the keyboard, he says, is here to stay).

In place of the mouse, Prentice sees things like facial recognition systems, multi-touch, and even devices like OCZ's mind-reading Neural Interface Actuator taking over. Now, if you'll excuse us, we're going to start practicing thinking really hard so we don't get tripped up during the transition.

Douglas Engelbart today


The computer mouse is 40 years old. I think it will be around for awhile, don't you? The touch screen technology works for hand held devices, but think about the strain it would create if we had to reach across a desk top to touch our big screen monitors!

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An Ode to the Heated Computer Mouse circa 2004

A Heated Computer Mouse
by Ed Matlack
Sunday, February 22, 2004

“A Heated Computer Mouse”

Technology has come so far today,
The things they can do go far,
Beyond what they actually can do or say,
So, with this in mind, why can they not,
Bring out a heated mouse, for our cold hands…

Yes, a heated mouse, would be a great thing,
We could feel warm all over, including our hand,
I find it is the only place I feel cold, even when I stand,
Short of wearing gloves, short of sitting the heater,
Right on the table in front of me,
How about this wonderful technology,
Giving us a heated mousie…

Computers can do everything else, almost,
They can even find & take pictures of a ghost,
So what is the problem with making the mouse warm,
I ask this of you out there in computer land,
Is this not a good idea or am I being bland…?

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Stress and cold mouse hand heated relief

Do your hands get cold because of stress? Or do cold hands cause stress? I think it's a two-way street when it comes to cold hands. There are number of causes. Emotional stress can cause your computer mouse hand to get cold. This is in part due to the medication taken to treat the stress. Hypertension, stess, anxiety and nervous tendancies may require certain medications. These medications can cause cold hands. If suffering from stress or tension is part of your everyday lifestyle, or if the medication you are taking to control these medical conditions causes your hands to become cold, the warmth created by an infrared heated mouse can provide relaxation and a soothing work experience.

Warmth for Raynaud's Disease sufferers. There's no known cure for the phenomenon known as Raynaud's Disease, but there are ways to help the Raynaud's sufferer be more comfortable. A warm, heated mouse helps create a comfortable mouse hand experience for a person with cold hands. Most Raynaud's sufferers report cold hands, feet and extremeties due to spasms which cause blood vessels to tighten and close. The Raynaud's attacks can be brought on by a number of things, including the onset of cold weather, a drop in temperature and emotional or mental stress.

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ValueRays Infrared Heated Computer Mouse

The ValueRays Infrared Heated Computer Mouse is made using a carbon fiber heating element. Carbon fibers create infrared heat. Infrared heat is a healing source of warmth for cold hands and it has a detoxifying effect on the blood. We accumulate toxins in the air we breathe and the food we eat.

Smoking and the use of nicotine add toxins to our system and can cause cold hands. Infrared heat helps to remove the toxins in the blood cells picked up through smoking and through other environmental activities, even in some of the foods we eat and the air we breathe. An infrared heated mouse when used for 20-30 minutes daily can help rid the body of these unwanted toxins.

Humans pick up toxic by-products in the food we eat and the air we breathe. We also pick up toxins in medications and by handling certain materials. The toxins accumulate in our blood and go undetected until we become ill. Infrared heat helps to remove these toxins from our blood by effectively ridding the body of unwanted, harmful environmental toxins and inhibiting bacterial growth from these toxic substances.

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Certain medications cause cold computer hand

Some medications decrease the flow of blood to the extremities causing cold hands and a cold mouse hand and mouse hand fingers. Your hands feel cold in normal room temperatures due to some medications. A warm mouse will help compensate for the decrease in blood flow and the infrared heat will actually increase blood flow through the blood vessels which decrease the chances of poor circulation.

There are a variety of medical conditions people deal with daily which have cold hand symptoms and side effects. These people could benefit from using a heated computer mouse. Some of the medical conditions include: Raynaud's disease, low thyroid levels, anemia, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, arthritis, carpal tunnel, tendonitis and many other medical conditions can produce cold hands. Sometimes these conditions make your entire body feel chilled and cold. An infrared heated mouse can keep you feeling comfortable even when others don't feel cold.

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Air conditioned rooms call for a warm heated mouse

People associate heated computer gadgets with the winter, but they forget about the rest of us who live in the desert heat of scorching temperatures most of the year. We survive in cranked up air conditioned rooms with cold air circulated by ceiling fans. For those of us who suffer with a cold mouse hand, a warm computer mouse feels good all year. During the winter when temperatures drop, the heated mouse delivers a cost-efficient heat source to your hand and body. In the summer, when air-conditioning is used to cool a room or office space, the heated computer mouse takes the cold edge off your cold mouse hand.

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Heated Mouse for OT Interventions

There's nothing that feels better for an injured hand than a heated computer mouse. Well, maybe a heated mouse, a heated mouse pad and a mouse hand warmer blanket would feel the best, but when your hand hurts, the healing infrared heat rays soothe the pain and make it easier to work.

Hand injury can prevent a person from working. That's when an Occupational Therapist intervenes and provides healing recommendations and procedures. Many work-related hand injuries are computer related. One of the most common is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

Occupational Therapy and Hand Therapists report an increase of hand injuries due to the increased amount of computer use. The importance of ergonomics is at an all-time high. The use of healthy computer gadgets will assist in creating a productive and healing work environment. The infrared heated computer mouse assists a worker's rehabilitation after hand injury during and ongoing throughout the rehabilitative, healing process.

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Cold mouse hand responds to heat

A cold mouse hand is not uncommon. If you experience a cold mouse hand a heated mouse is right for you. The low 5 volt infrared carbon fiber heating element is very safe for use at home or at work. Plug the USB cord into the USB port when using the heated mouse and turn it "off" when the heat is not needed. A heated, warm computer mouse produces relief or prevention of the ill effects of medical conditions related to cold hands and computer use. Some of these items include, and are not limited to Muscular & Joint Hand Pain, Stiffness, Stress, Carpal Tunnel, Arthritis, Poor Circulation, Raynaud's Disease and Diabetes.

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Valuable infrared heat rays warm computer mouse hand fast!

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When purchasing a new product, an educated consumer is the best buyer. That's why IGMproducts.com created a Learning Center filled with information about the heated computer mouse. The USB connected warming mouse is an ideal addition to your computer gadget collection. If you, or someone you know, suffers with cold hands or a cold mouse hand, this product is ideal. Alone the heated mouse serves a purpose, and when combined and used along with our other ValueRays heated computer gadget products, the perfect mouse hand environment is created. IGMproducts.com is an authorized reseller of ValueRays heated gadgets.

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Monday, February 23, 2009

Cold mouse hand heated relief

ValueRays heated mouse available at IGMproducts.com

When your mouse hand starts to hurt, when your thumb feels the pain from working all day at the computer . . . there's relief! A heated mouse creates a soothing experience for your mouse hand. If your hand is cold, it's now warm. If you hand hurts, there's relief from the healing heat. ValueRays heated computer mouse uses a carbon fiber to generate infrared heat to the mouse hand. The deep penetrating infrared heat rays are healing and soothing. Research shows 20-30 minutes of infrared heat daily produces healing effects. It actually cleans the blood of toxins and make blood flow more easily in hands with poor circulation. If you suffer with cold hands or painful mouse hand, click here to read more details about the healing effects of an infrared heated computer mouse.

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Friday, February 20, 2009

Cold snap means misery for Raynaud's Syndrome sufferers

By Laura Coventry

As we struggle to cope with the UK's coldest winter in 13 years, spare a thought for the 800,000 Raynaud's sufferers in Scotland who experience crippling pain in their hands and feet in chilly weather. Most youngsters cannot wait to play outside after a snowfall, but Glasgow mum Mehrin Arshed is unable to venture out with her 13- month-old daughter Khadijah. That's because 29-year-old Mehrin suffers from Raynaud's, the debilitating condition which causes her hands and feet to go blue and brings constant pain and discomfort.

This suffering intensifies during a cold snap.

Fortunately, Mehrin comes from a large family (she is the second oldest of seven siblings), so little Khadijah does not miss out on enjoying the snow. The full-time mum, who is originally from Dumbarton, said: "I want her to have as normal a life as possible. All my sisters are very helpful and if I can't go out, they take Khadijah out in the snow. She doesn't miss out, but I do.

"It's horrific, the pain in my hands and feet and joints is absolutely unbearable.

"If I go outside, I am confined to my bed for the next two days. No matter how well you try to wrap up, it doesn't help.

"I try to lead as normal a life as possible and not to let Raynaud's restrict my life, but if I do certain things there's always consequences afterwards. My joints will flare up and I will have sore hands and feet."

Mehrin, who is married to Muqtadar Siraj, 29, believes she has been experiencing symptoms of Raynaud's - an incurable condition where blood is prevented from reaching the extremities of the body - for many years before diagnosis. But getting medics to take her illness seriously proved a tough challenge for the young mum.

She said: "I always had cold hands and cold feet, but my hands used to swell up and go blue a lot. I didn't know why.

"Doctors did not know what was wrong with me.

"I used to Google my symptoms on the internet then go to my doctor and say 'maybe I have got this'. I was called a hypochondriac, another doctor thought I was an attention-seeker. It was frustrating.

"I thought 'I am in too much pain for this to be in my head'.

"I knew something was wrong and I always kept trying to find out what it was. I would advise others to keep on at their doctor."

But it all came to a head in 2005 when Mehrin was hospitalised for seven days and was bed-ridden for a month. During that time she lost her appetite and her weight plummeted to five stone. This was related to an underlying condition, of which her cold hands/cold feet condition, Raynaud's, is a symptom. However, doctors still did not know what was exactly wrong with her. Finally she was diagnosed with lupus, a condition that is often difficult to detect. Lupus, which affects Mehrin's joints, is an autoimmune disease that causes antibodies to attack the sufferer's own body tissues instead of protecting them.

It was first suspected by Mehrin's beauty therapist, who discovered a rash on her face. She remembered, from a course she had studied, that this could be a symptom of lupus - and she was right. But just a few months later, Mehrin was back at the doctors insisting there was more to her cold hands and feet. That's when Raynaud's was also diagnosed.

Often Raynaud's is the first symptom of other underlying conditions such as scleroderma or lupus. Coincidentally, younger sister Shanaz, 22, is also a sufferer. Now Mehrin always wears thermal gloves - outdoors and indoors - and never leaves the house without her hot water bottle. Although her conditions are managed with a cocktail of steroids, painkillers and other drugs, and regularly swimming which helps soothe her pain, Mehrin is still in constant discomfort.

She added: "I suffer a crippling pain when I touch anything.

"Carrying heavy shopping bags can trigger a flare up in my hands.

Even turning on a tap, washing my face or clenching a fist is so painful.

"Nobody really understands the pain unless they go through it.

"During the winter months it's worse, all my joints are affected. I love hot weather. I was in Italy last year and it was amazing. I felt so normal for the week I was there.

"The only thing keeping me in Scotland is my family."

Battling lupus, Raynaud's and arthritis are not the only illnesses the mum-of-one has to contend with. She also suffers from the blood-clotting condition Hughes Syndrome, which was diagnosed after she sustained a blood clot in her left lung while pregnant with Khadijah in 2007. Because of the potentially-fatal threat to mother and baby, Khadijah was delivered four weeks early, weighing 5lb 7oz. Despite living with her health conditions, Mehrin remains upbeat and said: "The best advice I could give anyone is try to lead as normal a life as possible and don't let it get you down.

"I used to stay in my bed for days when my joints were too sore.

"It is difficult but the more you try not to let this health condition take over your life, the happier you will be."

Fiona Trotter, spokeswoman for Raynaud's & Scleroderma Association, said: "At this time of year, with freezing temperatures and snow on the ground, Raynaud's can be quite distressing for sufferers and should be taken very seriously.

"If you can imagine the pain when your fingers are trapped in acar door - this is the type of excruciating pain experienced on a day-to-day basis by people with Raynaud's."

Mehrin is speaking out about her experience with Raynaud's to mark Raynaud's Awareness Month (February 1-28). For a free information pack about Raynaud's and handy hints on keeping warm, call 0800 917 2494 or visit the website www.raynauds.org.uk For more details about lupus see www.uklupus.co.uk

'The pain is unbearable. If I go outside, I am confined to my bed for days'

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Thursday, February 19, 2009

Made in USA heated mouse hand warmer blanket

Slide your heated mouse inside a Mouse Hand Warmer blanket pouch made in the USA! It's important to buy American made products these days. Shop Made in USA Forever for the Mouse Hand Warmer blanket pouch. A heated mouse generates infrared heat under this cozy blanket. The heat is insulated by the blanket fabric creating a perfect mouse hand environment. Click here for more details about the Mouse Hand Warmer Made in the USA.

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Thursday, February 12, 2009

The hand warmer mouse house giveaway at Everything Up Close Contest Blog!

The contest runs from today through February 19, 2009. Click here, read the instructions and enter the contest to win a free Mouse Hand Warmer blanket from IGMproducts.com.
Cold mouse hand? Cover it with a fleece blanket. Slip your warming mouse and heated mouse pad inside the blanket pouch and you'll have the ultimate warm house for your mouse hand!

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Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Everything Up Close heated computer mouse giveaway

Every wonder how people keep their mouse hands warm? Well, they use a Mouse Hand Warmer. It's a blanket and a pouch to cover your hand so it's not exposed to cold air. So, if you have a cold mouse hand, head over to Everything Up Close for this freebie giveaway event.

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Heated mouse: Do it for your mouse hand

Not sure how much time you spend sitting in front of a computer, and if you are reading this, I bet you spend at least a few hours everyday mousing your way online. There's tons of data available about the ill effects of computer overuse; especially for people who do not use the computer in a healthy manner. By healthy, I refer to proper ergonomics. Yet, even with proper ergonomics in place, there is still the risk of ill effects of overuse; especially overuse of the mouse hand.

There are an endless number of hand ailments and medical conditions with cold hand symptoms and side effects. Some of these ailments include arthritis, tendonitis, Raynaud's phenomenon, diabetes, migraine headaches, poor circulation, alcohol abuse, cigarette addiction, and the list goes on and on. Cold hands when trying to get computer work completed are annoying and painful. Not only do they cause pain to your mouse hand, cold hands actually become numb, and fingertips feel as though they are frozen.

Exposed hands working at the computer need warmth. If you work in a cold room, office or a drafty space, it is wise to use a heated computer mouse. A heated mouse generates warmth through the skin's layers penetrating the muscle tissue. There are a variety of heated computer devices using an USB connection and many of them use a carbon fiber which transmits infrared heat. Infrared heat is known to create a healing effect for sore muscles. The Eastern cultures have been using infrared heat for centuries. The sun is a natural source of infrared heat. The nice thing about an infrared heated mouse is getting all the benefits of the sun without the harmful UV rays.

Further research indicates 20-30 minutes of infrared heat daily can actually provide healing results. So, if you're like me, an USB infrared heated mouse would certainly be a welcomed relief for cold mouse hand pain. A heated mouse stimulates the flow of blood, and in turn reduces stiffness in finger and wrist joints. If muscles are sore, the heated mouse will penetrate deeply to soothe aching muscles.

Chemical toxins in the blood are a concern today with all the food we eat and the air we breathe. The infrared heat generated by the warmth of an USB heated mouse helps to detoxify our system of the unhealthy toxins. The heat releases the toxins from blood cells ridding the body of unnecessary toxic build up.

Massage therapists use heat to relax muscles. Why not use heat at home while we work? Keep your mouse hand relaxed, your blood flowing to reduce poor circulation and detoxify your system with the use of an infrared heated computer mouse.

If you enjoy the feel of the sun's heat on your face on a warm summer day, then you'll truly enjoy the warmth of a warm mouse while you are sitting at work in front of a computer!

For more information about the heated mouse and other infrared heated computer devices visit http://www.igmproducts.com/.

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Monday, February 9, 2009

Warm your hand with a heated computer mouse

My hands are cold all the time. Seems as though as soon as the temperatures drop, my hands stay cold until Summer hits again. So, a heated computer mouse really sounds like a good idea. The ValueRays heated mouse is a plug and play USB gadget. No muss, no fuss. Within ten minutes the mouse heats to about 104 degrees Fahrenheit. I use the heated mouse inside IGMproducts' Mouse Hand Warmer blanket pouch. The fleece blanket insulates the heat and the inside of the pouch stays warm while I work. I love it! If you suffer from cold hands, a frigid mouse hand, carpal tunnel, poor circulation or arthritis, the infrared heated mouse is perfect for your hand. Infrared heat heals! It relieves pain. As I said, "I love it!"

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Sunday, February 8, 2009

Heated under the covers! A designer mouse house

Slip a ValueRays Heated Mouse inside a fleece blanket Mouse Hand Warmer and you have a designer mouse house. It's the perfect mouse hand environment. The heated mouse produces infrared heat. Infrared heat has soothing, healing effects penetrating through the skin's layers deep into the muscle tissue. If your hands are stressed, tense or cold, try the ValueRays Heated Mouse inside the fleece Mouse Hand Warmer blanket pouch. You'll be glad you did!

Click here for more information.

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Is there a warm mouse in the house?

Just plug and play. Wait ten minutes and feel the soothing warmth under the covers! Yes, slip this warm heated computer mouse inside the Mouse Hand Warmer blanket pouch and it feels like heaven. No more cold computer hand! Give that mouse hand a break from the frigid winter temps.
If you suffer from arthritis, Raynaud's, poor circulation, carpal tunnel, or any hand ailment, the ValueRays heated warm mouse is for you! Grab a few! Mom deserves some relief, and so does Grand Ma!

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Saturday, February 7, 2009

Techie gray and blank heated mouse from ValueRays

Take a look at this streamlined, gray and black ergonomic mouse from ValueRays. It looks like an ordinary mouse.... until you plug it in. The USB mouse is heated. It's a warm mouse that soothes tired muscles by relaxing the many layers of tissue with deep penetrating infrared heat.
The warm mouse is available online at IGMproducts.com. Click here for more details.

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The ultimate cold mouse hand environment

If you are looking for a warm spot in the house or office to spend your computer time, look no further. IGMproducts.com has the answer! The ultimate mouse hand environment consists of a warm mouse hand warmer blanket pouch, an USB heated warm mouse and an USB heated warm mouse pad. Together, the three items generate enough heat to keep your mouse hand comfortably warm.
For more details, visit ValueRays or IGMproducts.

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Warm Mouse for the Hand Warmer House

The mouse house hand warmer is a cozy blanket pouch to hold your favorite warm mouse and warm mouse pad. The three items together create the warmest mouse hand environment. The heat generated by the ValueRays Warm Mouse is captured under a cozy fleece blanket. It's like crawling under the covers of an electric blanket on a cold winter's night.
The ValueRays infrared heated mouse is therapuetic. Infrared heat heals. It relaxes stress and tension in the muscles of your hand. Only 20-30 minutes daily is known to fix hand pain. It certainly relieve cold mouse hand.

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Heated Mouse: Hot under the covers!

The Heated Mouse blog is all about keeping your mouse hand warm. Many of us suffer with cold hands. We may have a diagnosed illness with cold hands, or we may just be "thin-blooded" and get chills easily as soon as temperatures drop. Regardless of our situation, there's relief for computer users who sit and shiver all day at work. Whether we sit under a ceiling fan in an air-conditioned office, in a warehouse or in a drafty office, this blog is for you! Keep warm while you work. Heated Mouse blog is about everthing that keeps your hands and fingers toasty. We welcome your comments and suggestions.

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