Korra's trusty polar bear dog looks ready to bound across the tundra or through the streets of one of The Legend of Korra's industrial cities thanks to this posable furry sculpture by Worms and Bones.
A mouse is a fundamental part of every desktop computer. It should just work, at all times. Odd, then, that Razer's high-end Naga gaming mouse does exactly the opposite, requiring an internet connection if you're going to stand any chance of using it.
The MMO-centric Naga mouse—if you can even call it that—has a lot going for it. Seventeen programmable buttons, and a 5600 dpi tracking sensor. But it just lost something—the cord. So take your freaky keymouse wherever you want.
What do you get when you mate a phone dialpad with a gaming mouse? Razer's Naga MMO mouse, apparently. There's 17 buttons, as in sixteen candles plus one, minus the candles. Surprisingly, that's not the most interesting thing about Naga.