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For over thirty years the computer mouse ruled over the kingdom of computer navigation. Despite losing its rubber ball and cord over the years, the peripheral lived a long, full life of being pushed across desks and tables getting the cursor where it needed to go. It died today from neglect as it

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We're not going to lie, it was a major let down when we found out that this glowing V-shaped mouse with faux Microsoft branding is nothing more than a splendiferous concept, but we're holding back the tears as best we can. The super futuristic-looking eVouse doubles as both a regular mouse and a pe

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ASUS and Acer have made sure we'd never have a shortage of Ion nettops, but it appears Mouse Computer is sneaking through the cracks with its Lm-mini20. Unlike the company's CD drive packing netbook, there isn't really much of note here. The 34800 yen ($376) version has a 1.6GHz Intel Atom 230 proce

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Mouse Computer -- who recently elicited a 'swoon' with their new Core i7 offering -- is back on the scene with a punchy little nettop for those of you requiring something a little less substantial. The perky, quirky EGPA33DR32XP (what a catchy name!) boasts an Atom processor with up to 2GB of RAM,

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It has seriously been a hot, hot minute since we've seen a compelling new desktop from the doors of Mouse Computer, but lo and behold, we've finally found a pair worth glancing all the way to Japan just to swoon over. The outfit's NextGear L720 and Masterpiece V1200 lines arrive with all manners of

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We saw Mouse Computer switch gears with their gaming notebook the other day, and the company is back already with the LB-F1500W. Their first netbook with an optical DVD drive, this little terror \"boasts\" a 10.2-inch display, 1.6GHz Atom processor, 1GB memory, 160GB hard disk storage, and Windows XP

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It looks like Japan's Mouse Computer is finally adding a netbook to its vast LuvBook laptop empire, with the 10-inch LuvBook U100 now set for release in its home country. Coincidentally, that is the very same model number as the 10-inch MSI Wind and, even more amazingly, the two laptops share exact

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Mouse Computer's at it again, this time loosing the P551 laptop series in Japan. On the top-end, consumers can look forward to an Intel Core 2 Duo T9300 processor, 160GB SATA hard drive, dual-layer DVD burner, a 256MB NVIDIA GeForce 8600M, 15.4-inch 1,280 x 800 resolution display, 802.11a/b/g WiFi,

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Nah, it's not surprising that yet another company is tacking an \"i\" onto its product line and dousing each unit in glossy white, and Mouse Computer's latest lineup of desktops certainly fits the aforementioned mold. Arriving in both micro tower and slimline models, these new machines offer up a mul

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Not even a week after unveiling the HDMI-equipped m-Book PR200S and PR200X laptops, Mouse Computer is at it again with the budget LuvBook PL lineup. The low-end 500BH and 500S machines are throttled by a 1.46GHz Intel Celeron M 410 processor, but the 500XH and 500X step things up with a 1.66GHz Cor

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It may have been a bit late to get in on the Santa Rosa action, but Japan's Mouse Computer looks to be making up for lost time, following up its just announced m-Books with another pair of new models today. Filling in the slightly lower-end side of things are Mouse Computer's m-Book Z960 series lap

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Mouse Computer's new LuvBook L and m-Book P series both sport a glossy 15.4-inch WXGA screen, but that's about all they have in common. The LuvBook L comes preloaded with Windows Vista Home Basic or Premium and offers a Celeron M or Core 2 Duo processor, 512MB to 1GB RAM, 40GB to 80GB hard drive, a

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Japan's Mouse Computer -- best known for their effeminately named LuvBooks -- is trying-on hardcore this morning by dressing up a couple of middling rigs in chain wallets, wife-beater Ts, and Vista Ultimate in hopes of nabbing a gaming PC classification. Let's pop the hood and see shall we? The MAS

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