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Razer Gaming Mouse, inspired by TRON

Gaming-hardware maker Razer is the latest to get in on the action with the a new mouse to go along with the film TRON, featuring light alerts based on in-game actions. The mouse is a fairly standard Razer accessory, featuring an ambidextrous design, 5,600dpi laser tracking, 1,000Hz polling, a 1ms response time and seven buttons. As with most of the company’s mice, it’s also wired.  Razer’s Tron Gaming Mouse is available from the company’s web site now for €99, or around £84( $99.99).

 

 

 

 

 

Gizmodo

Elecom’s wireless headphones for the iPod Shuffle

Are you looking for a headphones that are wireless??? then this is what you are looking for. The Elecom’s Actrail headphones are wireless, Bluetooth-less ear muffs designed for your miniature Apple-borne MP3 player. Elecom  found a way to create a wireless pair of headphones without the need for clunky batteries or Bluetooth hardware. There is a 3.5mm jack right there on the side which impales the Shuffle and keeps it in place. To change tracks, volume or anything else, just reach up to your ear and press. The Actrail headphones (which is derived from Trail Access’ for that is their name) feature a handy mount for the latest generation iPod Shuffles. The Actrails cost ¥4,200 ($50) a pair and come in pink or white and are available in Japan. It’s ingenious, and although apparently limited to the latest-gen Shuffle only.

 

 

 

ohgizmo via wired

HyperMac decided to cease the sale and came up with HyperJuice

Due to their comprehensive licensing negotiations with Apple, HyperMac decided to end the sale of there MacBook charging cables and car charger on November 2, 2010.

Daniel Chin, President of Sanho Corporation, informed that the HyperMac will be changed to HyperJuice.

HyperMac is still allowed to go on selling the external batteries, but without the cords it’s not very helpful naturally.

If you want to have external battery and car charger solution that works with ALL MacBook, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro which supports dual voltage and as well as the iPad, iPhone 3/3GS/4, iPod and all other USB devices, NOW is the time to buy because on November 2, 2010, they will be gone for good.

 

 

 

Engadget

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