Liquid Mice

Liquid Mice

I would like my mouse to be cheery and to greet me with a bit of fun in the morning, and these liquid-filled optical mice are just that. They have your usual left and right buttons, a wonderfully tactile ribbed scroll wheel, an optical light that shines right through them, and a selection of fun stuff that floats and generally bobs about happily in a liquid well in the body of the mouse. They're compatible with PCs, Macs and Notebooks and come with both a USB and a PS2 connection. Now, that I like.

  • Rock out with the five touch-sensitive drums.

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  • A very cute sleeve for my macbook. That is all.

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  • A four port USB hub. Creative and retro. I like it!

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