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    News - Thermaltake cyclone gaming mouse will blow you away

    With an externally mounted 6,000 RPM fan.
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    Re: News - Thermaltake cyclone gaming mouse will blow you away

    While it does sound ridiculous I must admit I would like to have some sort of heating thingy on the mouse. Myhands are freezing during winter and there's no solution I know of to heat things up a bit

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    Re: News - Thermaltake cyclone gaming mouse will blow you away

    Wouldn't blowing up your hand "slightly" impede your gaming??

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    Re: News - Thermaltake cyclone gaming mouse will blow you away

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    Wouldn't blowing up your hand "slightly" impede your gaming??
    Not if you are wearing Thermaltake sculpted aerodynamic knuckle hats

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    Re: News - Thermaltake cyclone gaming mouse will blow you away

    waiting for the watercooled version


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    Re: News - Thermaltake cyclone gaming mouse will blow you away

    *Checks the date*

    Bit late for April Fools, isn't it?

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    Re: News - Thermaltake cyclone gaming mouse will blow you away

    Quote Originally Posted by edvinasm View Post
    While it does sound ridiculous I must admit I would like to have some sort of heating thingy on the mouse. Myhands are freezing during winter and there's no solution I know of to heat things up a bit
    Check ebay.. I bought a heated mouse around 6 years ago

    It broke after about three years but was toasty warm while it lasted

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    Re: News - Thermaltake cyclone gaming mouse will blow you away

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    Re: News - Thermaltake cyclone gaming mouse will blow you away

    They are kidding.. Right... Of course they are.. Someone tell me this is a joke!

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    Re: News - Thermaltake cyclone gaming mouse will blow you away

    It won't be popular in South Korea!

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    Re: News - Thermaltake cyclone gaming mouse will blow you away

    With a mouse like this, I would probably be paying more attention to the mouse than to what I am actually doing on my PC. May be cooling it from the inside is a better idea.

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    Re: News - Thermaltake cyclone gaming mouse will blow you away

    They've already made the keyboard version: http://www.scan.co.uk/products/thermaltake-tt-esports-challenger-gaming-keyboard-with-hand-cooling

    I think they're actually serious about this...

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    Re: News - Thermaltake cyclone gaming mouse will blow you away

    Wait is the fan meant to heat or cool your hand?

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    Re: News - Thermaltake cyclone gaming mouse will blow you away

    There's a very simple reason why this is the "world’s first gaming mouse with fan cooling design" - everyone else in the world thought it was a stupid idea.

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    Re: News - Thermaltake cyclone gaming mouse will blow you away

    How on Earth did nobody higher up pull the plug on this?

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    Re: News - Thermaltake cyclone gaming mouse will blow you away

    Just what we need for this beautiful British summertime.....
    No, not the sun, but a mouse with constant vibration, noise and built like a Xaser keyboard...?

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