The screen's uses are limited to adjusting the mouse resolution and displaying a logo of your choice, and sadly, the model shown here is a development version, so the full battery of lighting tricks isn't on display. But even as is, this tacky, decked-out mouse holds a certain appeal for anyone with a soft spot for gaudy, LED-adorned back-of-the-PC-magazine computer accessories—something I'll glady admit to. Price and availability are TBA. [Tweaktown]
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I just don't the gaming mouse... That will do more damage to your thumb than a teenage with texting addiction.