Belkin Mouse Works Submerged in Chili

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Belkin’s Washable Mouse was tested by Gearlog, who did more than just get it a bit scuzzy. Instead, they submerged it in a day’s worth of food—while still using it. The gauntlet: oatmeal, chili, pudding, and Cheetos. Because the scroll wheel is touch sensitive and the sensor on the bottom is optical, the entire unit is sealed.

These should be the product images on the box.

Hands-, Oatmeal-, Chili-, Pudding-, Red Bull-, and Cheetos-On with The Belkin Washable Mouse [Gearlog]

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4 Responses to Belkin Mouse Works Submerged in Chili

  1. strider_mt2k says:

    This’ll go great with that pen I bought that can write under whipped cream!

    (Thanks, Three Stooges)

  2. Takuan says:

    the gauntlet is down. This can only escalate to a contest for the most extreme and most disgusting bragging rights. Dibs on week old roadkill.

  3. the specialist says:

    RIGHT ON! I teach software in hospital patient care areas. Think of the GERMS!! Mice are dirty filthy creatures. So are Mouse Pads. A sheet of paper works great as a pad for most mice, and is disposable.

  4. mdhatter says:

    Man-cave approved

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