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3
Jun
2011

Rude Gameware Fierce 5000DPI Mouse Review – Tech Depot Blog UK

Tech Depot Blog UK have released another of my reviews today that also includes a HD video of the Rude Gameware Fierce 5000DPI Mouse:

The Rude Gameware Fierce 5000 DPI Mouse is designed specifically with gaming in mind, with its lightning fast reactions to your hand movement and assortment of programmable buttons. If you are a non-gamer though fear not as gaming mice offer various features that work extremely well for the day to day routine of traditional computer usage.

3
Jun
2011

Rude Gameware Fierce 5000DPI Mouse Review

The keyboard and mouse have been a computer feature for decades and even with the touch-screen phenomenon making leaps and bounds into the market – for many applications the world without these two mainstays is almost unthinkable.

The mouse in particular is our extension into the computer universe, controlling windows, clicking icons and manipulating objects. Available in various shapes and sizes, wired or wireless and with or without additional buttons.

The Rude Gameware Fierce 5000 DPI Mouse is designed specifically with gaming in mind, with its lightning fast reactions to your hand movement and assortment of programmable buttons. If you are a non-gamer though fear not as gaming mice offer various features that work extremely well for the day to day routine of traditional computer usage.

12
Jan
2006

A Phone or Mouse?

A phone that looks like a mouse. Or the other way. Whatever. Anyway, it works like a normal USB mouse, except that if a call comes in over Skype, you can flip it open and it suddenly becomes a USB phone. You use the mouse scrollwheel to adjust volume. And when you’re done talking, flip it shut and it’s a mouse again.

Clever or just a gimmick? You decide…

Link: Digital Lifestyles – Sony VN-CX1

10
Jan
2006

Mouse Revenge – Burns Down House

A man who threw a mouse onto his bonfire suffered a dramatic revenge attack by the rodent.

The little creature escaped the fire, ran inside the man’s house with its fur blazing, and set the property alight. New Mexico resident Luciano Mares watched as his house was completely destroyed. The 81-year-old had seen the mouse in his home and wanted to get rid of it.

The dry conditions in the region caused the flames to spread quickly through the house and an adjacent yard. The mouse has not been seen since the incident, but Mr Mares is now staying in a nearby motel.

Source: Sky News