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Targus's new Stow-N-Go mice and HeatDefense cooling pad for power laptoping

Nilay Patel

Targus just launched three new travel mice and an interesting laptop cooling pad here at CES. The three new Stow-N-Go mice (updating the older model pictured here) all feature a tilting scroll wheel and switchable 1600/1200/800 DPI settings, and you've got your choice between (retractable) wired optical and laser models or a $40 wireless laser version, all of which should hit in March. The new $30 HeatDefense cooling pad, available in April, is made of a "crystalline compound" that "melts into a gel-like substance" to absorb heat as your machine heats up. We're not sure if that's a particularly wonderful idea, but we're definitely intrigued enough to go and check it out on the show floor later on today.

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