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Cat Head Mousepad Heater Eats Your Mouse, Then Your Hand

by Paul Strauss
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Now, I’ll start out by saying that unless I’m sitting in an igloo, my mousing hand doesn’t really get too cold. That said, if you’ve got poor circulation, you might want to keep your fingers warm while you’re using your mouse. I’m just not sure this is the best way to do it…

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This ridiculous looking thing is designed to keep your fingers toasty and warm while you surf for porn or snipe some enemies in your favorite FPS. Frankly, I’d be worried that I’d trigger the cat’s gag reflex if I stuck my hand inside this USB heated cat head mousepad.

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I suppose if you’re the type of person who would buy a Hello Kitty laptop, this thing might be for you. Otherwise, save yourself $36 bucks and buy a pair of gloves. Those would keep your keyboard hand warm too.




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