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Is your mouse starting to feel like you need more effort to move it? Well here's two sites to check out, with the Overclock Intelligence Agency reviewing Mouse Skatez and PCrivals has an article/proposition on Teflon Mouse Tape.
Dan's Data has managed to find many out of the ordinary products to check out, and these are no different. So head on over and check out their latest review of Skyhawk Novelty Keyboards. Who knows, maybe you'll find just the thing you've been looking for to dress up your PC.
For those who want their keyboards to do more than just type, there are a few alternatives. But for those who want one of these special keyboards in a different color also... well, the choices are getting a bit more limited. Head on over to Mikhailtech and see what they found out about the Aron Black Multi-Function Keyboard and see if it's what you're looking for. here's a snip:
"The overall layout of the keyboard is standard, but I do have a few gripes with it. The most important is the enter/backspace key combination. This follows the style of earlier models, with an oversized enter key and a miniature backspace key. FYI, I'm currently using a Microsoft Elite keyboard (yea, the one that's split down the middle) and I've grown quite accustomed to the double sized backspace key. I type a lot, and I also make a lot of mistakes when typing fast and could, in all honesty, care less about a huge enter key. Oh well, some things never change.
Backshelf.net has posted a review of the Belkin Platinum Series Optical Mouse for those who want a mouse with no balls. (Sorry...couldn't resist) =)
here's a snippet:
"In this world today, where we are so often placed in front of these glowing screens, comfort and ease of use are constantly in the mind of the manufacturers of the mice and keyboards we use today. Optical technology has allowed an incredible amount of resistance dissapear from our mice, allowing for faster, more accurate and more efficient mousing."
Well, all I can say about this one is that it is just plain WEIRD! Head on over to SystemLogic.net and see what they had to say concerning the Coolgreen Fold-2000 Foldable Keyboard.