It’s also a pretty great mouse mat.
This is the roundup of all the products we posted about before they were available to buy. However, these shiny new commodities have currently become... wait for it... Now Available!
Greensforged sells hand-made steel mouse pads. Their lineup includes the Cirque du Pwnage, the Teardrop, and the Hugepad. They're all steel and they're all badass. But the The Ravenholm, with a circular saw design, is the baddest-ass of them all.
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 promise of a gaming mousepad is somewhat intangible—"more precise mousing." But can you really tell if it's letting you headshot more dudes? Razer's Vespula, however, offers something you can feel: Two completely different mousing surfaces in one.
Are you overwhelmed by the Internet? I sure was in 2000. Hell, I still am. But I think I'd be able to navigate everything in a more manageable way if only I had the right... mouse pad.
Triggering a "why the hell didn't I think of that?!" moment, Artmu has designed a laptop sleeve that, when unzipped and opened up completely, transforms into an effective mouse pad. Altogether now: Why didn't I think of that? [Aving]
Warning: If you are bald, there's a good chance that you will receive the Male Pattern Baldness Mousepad as some lame office joke. And if that happens, here's what you do:
In the spring of 2006, Yasuhiro Matsunaga had a dream. It wasn't complicated, like how to bring about racial harmony or build a rocket ship. Matsunaga had discovered a bunch of mouse pads in a storage locker, and his dream was to toss them all. Not into the trash, though. Matsunaga's mama had taught him "Waste not,…
Nothing makes us laugh quite like thinly veiled sexist jokes. Exhibit A, the best mouse pad in the world. It's almost like you're touching the real thing! Could make a great Valentine's Day gift.
How much would you pay for a mouse pad? $10? $20? Or, dare say, $100? You'd better be prepared to pony up almost $500 (well, £260) if you want this little dynamo. Part of the official Formula 1 Collection, this carbon mouse pad is hand-crafted by Englishmen and designed with 3D modeling software. Hmm, make Cars or a…
A USB mouse pad is kind of stretching things. I mean it has be a certain thickness and the idea that you have to plug in your mouse pad to use it kind of breaks the definition of pad, which, as we all know, is an object that sits lifelessly on another surface to... well, I don't know what 'pad' really means and I'm…