Ever Imagined an USB-Powered Dodge Charger?
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There are five versions available at the time of writing this article, as it follows: Chevy, Chrysler, Dodge, Ford and Highway Patrol, all of them packing the same technical features.
First of all, the mice are based on wireless connectivity and include a USB receiver “utilizing the latest RF and optical technology” as the official FourDoorMedia website explains. All of them come with a resolution of 800-dpi and are fully compatible with both PC and Macs.
And now, the key feature: all the mice incorporate a functional scroll button on the hood of the car and, more importantly, working headlights which can be activated while using the device. Sure, it drains your battery faster but we’re sure you’d choose the light effects in the detriment of power.
Obviously, such a mouse is not recommended for hardcore gaming or other activities which usually require a high level of precision (include here photo or video editing). However, in case you’re a real car enthusiast and you have already bought a number of car-related gadgets and accessories, such a mouse would be a valuable addition to your collection.
Because we’re sure you’d like to find more photos with these mice, have a look at the gallery published below the article to see various models of these devices (all of them are available in multiple colors at several online retailers).
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