FlexiGlow FX Illuminated Mouse Pad

Ed Steele March 25, 2004 5




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A mousepad, with features? Oh yes, this glowing mousepad has many cool features:
– 7 Colors options in one pad choices
– Eighth function is automatic cycle through the seven colors
– Incredible lit up bubble effect
– Terrific night time illumination – ideal for LAN parties
– Low power consumption LED lights receive power via USB connection USB Cable 1.8m
I need one of these to go with my glowing keyboard and my Griffin PowerMate.
ThinkGeek :: FlexiGlow FX Illuminated Mouse Pad




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5 Comments »

  1. birq March 25, 2004 at 6:01 am -

    USB mousepad. I’ll have to verify this, but I think we’re down to under 10 things on this planet that haven’t been connected via USB. We’re making progress. Let’s get to work, people!

  2. The Gadgets Weblog March 25, 2004 at 9:10 am -

    USB Mousepads

    You know, there’s a part of me that thinks this would be pretty cool. Actuallly, that’s all of me… who’s buying me one? Gadget Madness: FlexiGlow FX Illuminated Mouse Pad…

  3. a little ludwig goes a long way March 29, 2004 at 6:48 pm -

    Gear wishlist

    Random collection of hardware that I’d love to pick up: * via Scott Hanselman, the Quaddisplay from Tiger. Beautiful. * via PVRBlog, a prebuilt MythTV box (because I am too lazy to build one myself) * a glowing USB mousepad…

  4. a little ludwig goes a long way March 29, 2004 at 6:56 pm -

    Gear wishlist

    Random collection of hardware that I’d love to pick up: * via Scott Hanselman, the Quaddisplay from Tiger. Beautiful. * via PVRBlog, a prebuilt MythTV box (because I am too lazy to build one myself) * a glowing USB mousepad…

  5. a little ludwig goes a long way March 29, 2004 at 6:58 pm -

    Gear wishlist

    Random collection of hardware that I’d love to pick up: via Scott Hanselman, the Quaddisplay from Tiger. Beautiful. via PVRBlog, a prebuilt MythTV box (because I am too lazy to build one myself) a glowing USB mousepad via engadget, a…