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Blue light on steroids

IceMate MacMice has just released a companion for Griffin Technology's PowerMate; the IceMate. A translucide stand that enhances the blue light generated by the PowerMate. "Blue light on steroids".

I must admit it looks cool. I'm not sure the ergonomics are right. The knob looks just a little too high to be used comfortably, but then I might be wrong.

Let me know if you happen to lay your fingers on one.

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