Hand Warming Mouse Heats Up, Promotes Bad Puns

While the frequent burning, tingling or numbness in the palm of the hand and the fingers can be signs of carpal tunnel, cold hands can sometimes be just that, cold hands. And nothing is worse than coming into a freezing cold office in the morning, taking off your gloves and realizing you just want to be back in bed under the covers. So what better way to warm your mittens in the morning than with a USB Warming Mouse!

The optical mouse, $23, features a quick and stable temperature (at 45+/-1) for warming your hand (the temperature keeps about 45 degrees) and an on/off switch so you can control when you want it to heat up. I can just see myself annoying my co-workers with the "usually it's a bad thing when your gadget overheat..." joke daily. Beware. I'm on fire.

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