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Monday, February 9, 2009

Mouse Hand Warmer in PC Magazine

PC Magazine Online recently highlighted the Mouse Hand Warmer in their slideshow of nifty gadgets to keep you warm!

Here's the details of the article on

Cool Tech Gear for Keeping Warm
Survive the frigid winter temperatures with a pair of USB heating shoes, iPhone gloves, and more.

by Jennifer L. DeLeo

With the temperature dipping as low as 5 degrees here in New York City in the past week, we've witnessed folks walking a bit faster to work just to get indoors, wrapped up in scarves, bubble jackets, and trapper hats. The freezing cold isn't going away anytime soon, either. For 2009, the Farmers' Almanac is forecasting a "numbing winter, with below-average temperatures for at least two-thirds of the country." Oh, wonderful.

Since we can't make spring arrive any faster, we're just going to have to deal with the winter weather somehow. Luckily, technology can help. So bundle up and keep warm all winter with these handy tech accessories, including USB heating shoes, iPhone gloves, and a mouse hand warmer.

Here are some of the products featured in today's Cool Tech Gear for Keeping Warm slideshow:

DOTS iPhone Gloves
Now you can answer a phone call from your iPhone without taking off your gloves. The iPhone Gloves from DOTS contain two smooth "dots" on each hand so that you can operate your touch-screen smartphone easily through the gloves. Available in medium or large sizes, choose from Knit ($15) or Wool ($20).

Mouse Hand Warmer
It's hard to be productive at your computer when you've got cold hands. Your mouse hand will be warmer in no time with the Mouse Hand Warmer ($19.95): It's like a fleece blanket for your hand! All you do is slide a mouse pad through the pouch, put your hand inside, and you'll still be able to use your mouse while keeping your hand warm. When using a USB-powered mouse, there's a small slit in the pouch to slip the cord through. The Mouse Hand Warmer measures 12 by 12 inches and fits any size computer mouse.

Now check out the rest of the Cool Tech Gear for Keeping Warm slideshow, including USB Heating Shoes, Vornado TouchStone Vortex Heat 600, LimbGear Noggin Net, 12-Hour Heated Socks, Verseo Thermo Soles Rechargeable Heated Insoles, Martinson-Nicholls Toasty Toes Heated Footrest, Rossignol Hit Stretch Insulated Women's Ski Jacket, and Sanyo Eneloop Kairo Light Warmer.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulations! PC MAG rocks! Mouse Hand Warmer makes the big time online! BTW, I use the Mouse Hand Warmer and I LOVE IT!

April 22, 2009 at 10:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this is very cool. nice to see the mouse hand warmer on pc mag! congrats!

May 4, 2009 at 3:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

PC MAG did the mouse hand warmer right!

May 6, 2009 at 3:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

PC mag is smart to start adding helpful tools like the mouse hand warmer. my mouse hand is cold all the time. thanks for the pictures.

May 9, 2009 at 2:21 PM  
Anonymous Mouse Hand Warmer Lover too! said...

Mouse Hand Warmer!!! Congratulations for making a debut in PC Magazine!

May 14, 2009 at 9:56 AM  

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