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A while ago I described my plight working in a cold, cold office and wanting to keep my hands warm. What was the remedy? The USB Warming Mouse, which promised to keep my mouse hand at a toasty 104 degrees Fahrenheit. Thanko, the manufacturer of the USB Warming Mouse, has upped the ante and released a new generation of hand-warming mice.
The USB Warmer Mouse II comes in four different colors; black, white, yellow, or red, and has a new, ergonomic design that’s much more attractive than the previous generation. The mouse is also a little warmer now than before, warming slowly over several minutes and topping off at about 113 degrees Fahrenheit. The on/off switch is still there, so the mouse can be turned off during the warm months, and still sports an 800 dpi optical sensor and padded feet for precision. By and large, the specs have largely remained the same, but the mouse has undergone an aesthetic makeover to make it much more attractive as well as warm and functional.
There are rumors about a third generation of hand-warming mice with more buttons in the future, but if you’re cold right now you can order the USB Warmer Mouse II for $23.00 from Usb.brando.com.hk.
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