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Topic # 6803 24-Feb-2006 10:02



Wonder If this mouse would be making an appearance in New Zealand shops..... the shape is just stunning! any more thoughts on this new design????

It might be a good one for those new vibrating USB attachments

http://www.tecnosite.co.jp/pc/mouse/v-mouse-top.htm

has anyone else seen any unusual designs they might like to share?

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Reply # 29253 24-Feb-2006 10:52
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How many did you order LOL

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Reply # 29254 24-Feb-2006 10:56
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I have thoughts on that design but this is a family show LOL




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Reply # 29260 24-Feb-2006 11:31
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Well it's definitely different.. although the concept of a pen type mouse would be good for laptop users. Quite bulky by the look of it though.




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Reply # 29262 24-Feb-2006 14:05

johnr: How many did you order LOL



LMAO (sorry for the abbreviation), but gosh *** by hokey :-0, If I could even read what it does exactly (hummm,family show ok!!!) I was gonna say somethin...would be nice, wouldnt have a clue how much they want for the thing just looks like a heap of jiberish if you ask me!!! in other words i can read Japanese.... he he he :-) lol.



pssst... shhhhh!!: really ordered 3 units

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Reply # 29264 24-Feb-2006 14:22
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That translation isnt really any easier to understand



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Reply # 29265 24-Feb-2006 14:24

"The normal mouse the wrist breaking, to pull the finger in the upper part, does the unnatural using which you use. This " pen type mouse " is the natural style which the long time when just the pen is grasped is used."


Thanks JP Wise for the Translation.

and really when I read this part of the Arc Concept, It is hard to tell by this paragraph exactly what they are going on about.... dont you think... or is it just my d**ty mind. ;-0

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Reply # 29268 24-Feb-2006 14:29
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LOL. Well I did put a question mark after it. ;p




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Reply # 29269 24-Feb-2006 14:31
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Back to the topic though - Top 10 Weirdest USB Drives Ever




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Reply # 29286 24-Feb-2006 17:58
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you gotta love the headless barbie doll LOL




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Reply # 29420 27-Feb-2006 08:54
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I could just imagine some kid seeing you do that and trying it at home. Rip of the head, shove it into the usb port. : )




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