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December 31, 2006

USB Handwarmer Mouse


From the website:

    USB Warmer Mouse II

    USB Warmer Mouse II is not an ordinary mouse but can keep your hand warm, especially in winter or in a chilled working place.

    Upper side of mouse will heat when you switch on the warming function.

    Come on! Get one! Say goodbye to your frozen hand!


    • Quickly reaches stable temperature (at 45+/-1°C) for warming your hand

    • Hand warmer + optical mouse combo with high resolution to 800dpi

    • Made of safety material to avoiding damaging mouse component

    • Perfect for use in winter and/or cold working place

    • Device temperature remains about 45°C

    • On/off switch for warming function

    • Plug-and-play — no driver required

    • Supports Windows NT/2000/Me/XP

    • Electric current: 400MA+/-20MA

    • Dimensions: 121mm x 65mm

    • Scroll without scrollbars

    • Cable length: 140cm

    • Comfortable shape

    • Ergonomic design

    • Weight: 97g



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track ball didn't help. usb warm mouse didn't help. a blanket for the mouse halped.

it's a mouse hand warmer gray fleece blanket. see it at etsy, ebay, amazon and igmproducts.com

it's an ergo/circulation problem.

the only way i found relief was using a blanket over the top of my hand.
http://www.igmproducts.com is the only place online with indepth info about the product. uses no electricity. great during the current energy crisis!

Posted by: Monica | Oct 25, 2008 11:24:41 AM

If anything, my had gets sweaty when I use a mouse. What was the point of this again?

Posted by: Anon | Jan 1, 2007 3:57:32 AM

Cool! Wonder if you can get a chilled one for hot days.

"Mouse-hand" ceased to be a problem once I got a trackball.

Posted by: Skipweasel | Dec 31, 2006 1:52:26 PM

A way to be free of "mouse hand" forever? I'm in for one!

Posted by: dawn | Dec 31, 2006 12:11:30 PM

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