Hoverstop Mouse

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IT workers and bloggers alike run the risk of developing carpal tunnel syndrome from too much keyboard and mouse work. The Hoverstop mouse helps a little bit, by vibrating if you've been clutching the mouse for too long.

The sensor inside detects if your hand has been idle on the mouse for over ten seconds, then vibrates to remind you to take your hand off and relax. It's available for $69, and like all vibrating gadgets, will go into our pants at least once or twice.

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