A sharp knife isn't just sharper, it's a safer, more efficient, more precise tool. And, like most people, your knives are probably dull. Here's how to fix that quickly, easily and cheaply.
Say what you will about the silliness of gaming mousepads, but Razer's new Goliathus has a serious selling point: A new textured weave and anti-fraying stitched frame allows you to tear ass without tearing up your mousepad. The smaller pad starts at $15, and they go up to $25 for larger surfaces. [Razer]
Things made of carbon fiber tend to be appealing-looking, light-weight, and durable. But sometimes we just plain wonder how on earth someone decided to choose the often pricey material for a particular piece of gear.
The Gadget: Razer's ultrathin Sphex mousepad is sufficiently neat: It's more like a sheet of rugged paper that's sticky on one side and a solid, plasticky, mousing surface on the other.
The Gadget: MacPadd, the anodized aluminum mousepad meant to match the finish on newer MacBook and MacBook Pros. It's about the size of a standard mousepad, if slightly shorter than usual (but just as wide).
Live it up, pervs. That's a mousepad. And it has boobies. And you can touch them all you want. But remember, owning such a mousepad dates you back to the '90s, and this chick looks like she's from somewhere in the late '80s. If we do a little more math, you're groping a chick who is now in her 50s, or even 60s. Not…
I have an old lousy mousepad made in China that has a lousy calculator on it that I thought was pretty ridiculous. I was wrong. This; this here is ridiculous. No, it's ricockulous.
In honor of Valentine's Day, here's a mouse pad that no one who is in a healthy relationship would ever own. Yes, apparently blatantly sexist computer peripherals are all the rage these days, with underdeveloped manchildren getting off on their wrists resting on two vaguely breast-like mounds of rubber.
Have you ever been sitting at your computer with its full screen iTunes interface and sweet Logitech surround sound thinking, "How can I possibly play my 80 gigs of music?"
If you're a sweaty beast like Travis, you know how difficult it is keeping your hands dry when you're at the computer. Lucky enough for you, someone's come up with a way to make an aerated mousepad for only $35 and some material.
Remember the mouse pad? Just like Vanilla Ice, they peaked in the 90s, but now just sort of take up space. That was, until Man had a Vision.The Mousepad Couch is made up of over...a bunch...of mousepads. It looks extremely comfortable, could be even better in a multicolor or photo pad version.
Just in time for the cold and blistery winter season comes this device from Thanko. It is quite possibly the weirdest looking mousepad out, but it gets the job done, so I'm not complaining. This fish-looking sleeping bag will ensure your hand stays nice and warm while mousing at the computer. Oh, you crazy Thanko.…
Is this is a great-looking mouse and mousepad combo, or what? The Fanatec He d$h0t has an LED-lit arch that holds up the mouse cable, and the mouse itself is supersensitive, using a 2000-dpi laser sensor. Plus that mousepad/base is packing a two-port powered USB hub.
If Korean models weren't quite to your liking, how about an Alyssa Milano's breasty mouse pad? These $19.95 mouse pads work the same way the old ones did, with their chesticles acting as gel wrist-rests for your oh-so-tired hand.