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Friday, November 7, 2008

Mousepad with Built-In USB Hub

A very smart idea for a mouse pad with built in USB Hub.
Works perfectly with the Mouse Hand Warmer blanket.

from Geek Alerts

Of all the fun, weird and cool USB hub combos that have been covered here at GeekAlerts, this new model is probably the most clever and useful one so far.

This silicone mousepad is equipped with three USB 2.0 ports at the top. Perfect when you need some spare ports for your gadgets without taking up desk space.


3-Port hub
USB 2.0
Silicone rubber mouse pad
Plug and play
Support Window XP/Vista, Mac OS9.0 or above and Linux
Dimension: 177 x 233 x 20mm (approx.)
Weight: 93g

(Via Gadgettastic and Geeky Gadgets)

You can slip this USB Hub mousepad into the Mouse Hand Warmer pouch to keep your mouse hand covered by a fleece blanket. Great idea!

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Thursday, November 6, 2008

Contemporary Loft: Cold Hands, Cold Feet, Circulation and Cholesterol

Contemporary Loft: Cold Hands, Cold Feet, Circulation and Cholesterol

Read about cold hands, cold feet and the affects of circulation. Poor circulation can definitely cause a cold mouse hand. There are specific things you can do to relieve a cold mouse hand. Click here for more details.

Handwarmer 'blows up' in youngster's face

Freya Mansfield, left, with handwarmers that burst in her face with her grandmother Lorraine Shasby and Caitlin Shasby

Blogger's Comment: If your hands are cold, please read this article prior to using a chemical hand warmer pouch. Plus, make sure all children are supervised when using any heated device. For NON chemical or electical hand warmers, please CLICK HERE.

by Rhiannon McDowall

A FOUR-year-old diabetic was rushed to hospital at the weekend after a chemical hand warmer "exploded" in her face.

Little Freya Mansfield, of Hilton Close, Weston, was using the pocket sized device – which has now been pulled from all Ethel Austin stores – when it burst, splattering hot liquid into her left eye, it was claimed. Luckily, Freya’s quick-thinking grandmother, Lorraine Shasby, of Earlsway, held a damp tea towel to the tot’s eyes, before easing the pain with eye drops and rushing her to hospital.

She said: "She was screaming in pain. She was getting ready for my other daughter to take her to Sunday School and the next minute it had just exploded all over her. "It was in her hair, her clothes, there are still some spots on the ceiling – you wouldn’t think there was so much stuff in it." Lorraine, 41, added: "Thank god it wasn’t toxic – she could have been blinded."

Freya added: "It was hot and blew up in my face. I won’t use them again." Lorraine had bought the heart shaped hand warmers – gel packages which heat up when flexed – from Ethel Austin in Congleton as a treat for Freya, whose diabetes causes poor circulation in her hands and feet.

She said: "She goes through enough with her diabetes, with three injections a day, and she was in hospital last week with a stomach bug, now she’s on antibiotics for her eyes. I just feel so sorry for her." Freya’s mum, Natalie Trevena, said: "When my mum phoned me I thought ‘not again’ – she’d been in hospital not long before with her diabetes. But she’s better now."

An Ethel Austin spokesman said the product was from an external supplier they would not name, and added: "We are concerned to learn of this incident. All products sold in Ethel Austin stores are subject to a rigorous safety code. "The Heart Hand Warmers have been removed from the shelves at all stores while an investigation into the product’s source and content is carried out."

Paul Barrow, a team manager at Cheshire County Council’s Trading Standards, said: "As far as we’re aware there haven‘t been any other incidents in the country. "We are now investigating why this happened. It could have been a fault or a one off, we just don’t know."

For more information on Cold Hands & Ways to Keep them Warm, CLICK HERE.

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Mouse Hand Warmer makes your hand comfortably warm during the cold season

from Tech Fever

The Christmas season is almost here so it means cold winds and winter soon. I am waiting for the temperature drop so I could wear my fashionable jackets which have been stuck in the cabinet for months now.

But before the weather becomes really cold, I should stock on this
Mouse Hand Warmer designed by Anna Miller. It’s for those who work in front of the computer all day long and are content in air-conditioning on full blast. You know how it is when your hand freezes so it’s only right that you get a Mouse Hand Warmer mouse pad.

This mouse pad doesn’t really need electricity so it can be considered as a ‘green’ product too.

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Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Cold Mouse Hand - Dedicated cold hand relief

We normally use the computer mouse as shown above, with an exposed mouse hand. If the room is cool or temperatures drop, our mouse hand gets cold.

This blog is mostly about how we can keep our mouse hand warm. We'll discuss other things, too like some of the medical conditions associated with cold hands, and we'll introduce you to new computer accessories, mouse pads, mousepad gadgets, interesting computer mice, and we'll make suggestions for keeping your mouse hand warm.

Working with a cold mouse hand is an unpleasant experience. And, short of stopping your work, there's not much available to minimize the cold. Sometimes the tips of the fingers and the top of the hand get so cold it feels numb.

Some people laugh when I tell them I have a cold mouse hand. Some of my neighbors think it's pretty funny, too. But, that's OK. I know there's a real problem out there in Geeksville because most of the computer nerds I talk to suffer with a cold mouse hand as soon as the temperatures drop.

I first noticed a severe numbness in my mouse hand and fingers a few years ago. Probably after I had been at the computer addict for several years. I didn't know what to do. The only relief was to stop working, and that was not an option. I tried pulling a long sleeve sweater over my hand and that didn't work. I purchased several products guaranteed to keep my mouse hand warm and nothing seemed to resolve my cold mouse hand problem. There are a variety of items available from USB connected heated mice to USB heated mouse pads.

In 2008, I had had enough of cold mouse hand. I created a Mouse Hand Warmer, had it patented and trademarked. The Mouse Hand Warmer uses no electricity. It accomodates your favorite ergonomic mouse and mouse pad. And, it fixed the cold mouse hand problem.

This blog is all about cold mouse hand. The medical conditions associated with cold hands and products available to keep cold hands warm. We'll post articles, news, press releases and anything we can find for you to read about chronic cold hand conditions. Comments are open and moderated to keep the discussions on topic. We hope to hear from you. Please no spam.

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