Thanko offers mouse with built-in heater

Thanko-USHOTM04-mouse


The Japanese company Thanko has prepared a computer mouse that you won’t see every day. Thinking about the upcoming cold months Thanko has come up with a really original computer mouse – the Thanko USHOTM04 – that comes with a built-in heater.

Yes, that’s right – the heater will keep your palm warm during the cold winter days. Built inside, the heater can maintain a surface temperature than ranges between 35 and 45 degrees Celsius. According to its creators the mouse can also warm up both your hands in case of need.

The mouse relies on a 1.4-meter USB cable to get power – and the cable also houses the heater controls, which allow you to adjust the temperature. The mouse also features four keys and a scroll button; the sensor offers 1600 dpi of sensitivity and the overall weight is just 80 grams.

The Thanko USHOTM04 mouse costs around USD 20.


Source: Compulenta.ru

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