According to the box the Mouse Bungee will, "Wipe out mousecord snags and drags!" I have seen products like this a few years ago which archive the same purpose, the Mouse Bungee is by far more sexier and efficient. Now your asking "How can one of these things be more efficient?" Simple, they take up less room and work in a more effective way. Also, according to the box the Mouse Bungee is perfect for any desktop, and if you do not have a cordless mouse, you shouldn't experience any "compatibility problems". The Mouse Bungee Mouse Cord Guide is designed to stop your mouse cord getting tangled, thus resulting in you not having to "tug" at your mouse to gain extra cord to move the mouse around. Again, this is another very useful product which comes in more than one colour such as White, Black, Strawberry, Tangerine, Lime, GIGANTA Blue, & Grape at the price of US$14.95 (around AU$29) this product is nice but not essential like the next product we are about to check out. 6/10.
Wrist Rest Plus
There's no aphrodisiac like the Everglide Wrist Rest Plus... OK, well maybe there is but we found it to be quite arousing and had a tendency to increase sexual desire in most of the TweakTown staff. The Wrist Rest Plus which measures 5.12" x 2.76" x 0.75" is a spongy pad filled with polyurethane gel which sits between the curve in just about all (except one) Everglide mousepads. The pad is contoured in a way to suit all users, kinda like "one size fits all". The idea of the "device" is to give your wrist added support and comfort for those of us who spend many hours sitting at the computer, navigating, using the mouse. The Wrist Rest Plus also doubles as a stress reliever, I often find my self rubbing the thing up to release pressure, hmm or maybe I shouldn't have said that? Oh well. The Wrist Rest Plus comes in various different colors such as Forest Green, Charcoal, Navy Blue and Black and is priced well at US$10.95 (around AU$20) per piece. We give this product 9.5/10 and is one of the best products we have ever had the pleasure of testing in the existence of TweakTown - Excellent stuff, buy one and be blessed by the Greek god of comfort.
The Everglide LANbag is used solely for the purpose of take your computer parts from place to another, in most circumstances home to LAN and visa-versa. The LANbag measures 16" Long, 12" High and 4 1/2" Wide and can hold a laptop (in the back pocket), mousepads, disks, cdroms etc in the neat little pockets in the front of the bag featured in the image below...
The LANbag comes with two carrying handles & one shoulder strap, the LANbag is just like a suitcase for your computer gear. The Everglide LANbag is not the most stylish thing you'll find around but it is economical and well priced at US$19.95 (around AU$38) considering it's high quality material. 7/10.
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