Photo Frame Mouse Provides Another Way to Distract You

USB Optical Mouse with Digital Photo Frame Steve Jobs might want to eliminate the mouse, but those of who like the little guys have another reason for keeping them: the USB Optical Mouse with Digital Photo Frame.

Yes, that’s right. Now you don’t have to clutter your desk with all those pictures of spouse, family and dog. Brando Workshop — which sells a bunch of gadgets, tech products and, I kid you not, women’s tech accessories — now offers a mouse with an embedded 1.5-inch LCD digital photo frame built right in. Also built in is 8M of memory, support of JPG and BMP graphics and a slideshow mode. Is it sad that I also like the fact it doesn’t require a driver?

All of this for a mere $32 plus shipping.

Don’t have a spouse, family or dog? No problem! Just browse Brando a bit and you can put together a slide show of products you’re sure to fall in love with, like the USB Hedgehog Massage Optical Mouse or, for you ladies, the USB Jewel Gun Flash Drive.

Thanks to Technabob

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  1. Excellent idea for a product.

    Re the USB Hedgehog Massage Optical Mouse, while this too is a great idea and has a lot of utility for those of us who spent 80+ hrs in front the computer. However, given the PC-type of environments (PC=Politically Correct) enforced by many HR depts, I would recommend obtaining permission from them first or obtain a note from your Environmental, Health, & Safety (EH&S) dept. You do not want to give an employer cause for not being PC.

      • You should see the comments followed by the curtly worded denial I received from HR re the massage chair I wanted for my office (and that I would be paying for myself).

        In 1985, in the film “Back to the Future,” Dr. Emmett Brown (played by Christopher Lloyd) commented, “There’s that word again; ‘heavy’. Why are things so heavy in the future? Is there a problem with the earth’s gravitational pull?” The answer, no. It’s because of the PC-type of environments created and enforced by HR and the Cost Accountants running the companies.

        I even have mandated spy-ware (yes, a key logger) on my work computer that keeps track of the number of key strokes I make per hour and how long I am on the computer. After so many key strokes or time on the system, an audible alarm with this annoying message comes up on my computer saying that I need to take a break.

        Are we having fun or what…