Newton Peripherals' MoGo Mouse uglies up your netbook, hates your trackpad

Darren Murph
D. Murph|08.06.09

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Newton Peripherals' MoGo Mouse uglies up your netbook, hates your trackpad

It's one thing to sacrifice style for battery life via an extended cell, but it's another thing entirely to do this to your poor, innocent netbook. Newton Peripherals is causing all sorts of mixed emotions with its $99 MoGo Mouse, a stick-on mouse that measures in at five millimeters thick (including the holster). Granted, most netbook trackpads aren't worth the curiously textured material they're constructed from, but this just seems like an awfully short-sighted solution. After all, do you honestly think the average eBayer will be into buying a netbook with a mouse-infused lid? Doubtful.
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