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USB Heated Mouse Pad Keeps One Hand Warm

by Paul Strauss

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve said to myself: Self, your mousing hand gets so cold all the time; I only wish there was a way to keep it warm and toasty in between all that scrolling, pointing and clicking. (sarcasm.)

USB Heated Mouse Pad

Thanks to this weird, wacky mouse pad from Japan’s Thanko, you can keep your chilly hand nice and warm while you crank out spreadsheets and surf the web. Just stick your hand inside the “mouth” of this oversize blue googley-eyed fish and an integral heating element keeps your fingers fiery hot (or maybe that’s its stomach acid dissolving your skin into a gelatinous goo).

USB Heated Mouse Pad

Just plug the blue monster into a spare USB port, and it’ll reach a fiery 42° C (107.6° F) in about 10 minutes. I suppose it beats wearing ski gloves when you’re working on your PC.

You can get your hands on (or inside) one of these from USBGeek for $22.

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Comments (4):

  1. Scarah says:

    I could totally use this right now!! Stupid A/C is jacked up in my office.

  2. gina says:

    Even better to keep your mouse hand warm, I bought a heated computer mouse from warmmouse.com

  3. Very nice fish and very useful, I think my children will like it, and I always worry about their cold hands, so I am going to order it. Thanks for sharing.

  4. I bought this and it’s really small. I have small hands and this is a child’s size item. There are bigger ones at IGMproducts.com.

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