SourcingMap All-in-One Music Mouse Pad

An all-in-one mouse pad may sound like a school science project, but it’s actually a very cool, funny, and useful tool. Created by SourcingMap, quite a lot of functionality is packed into a small area. SourcingMap calls the All-in-One Music Mouse Pad a normal product with abnormal features. It’s not a USB pad that floats or a wireless power source, but it’s a simple, yet effective mouse pad that comes with a 4-port USB hub (USB 1.1 and 2.0 compliant), high-quality stereo speakers, and a microphone.

SourcingMap All-in-One Music Mouse PadAn all-in-one mouse pad may sound like a school science project, but it’s actually a very cool, funny, and useful tool. Created by SourcingMap, quite a lot of functionality is packed into a small area.  SourcingMap calls the All-in-One Music Mouse Pad a normal product with abnormal features.  It’s not a USB pad that floats or a wireless power source, but it’s a simple, yet effective mouse pad that comes with a 4-port USB hub (USB 1.1 and 2.0 compliant), high-quality stereo speakers, and a microphone.  The comical apparatus connects to the computer via a standard USB plug, and also provides stereo and microphone connections.  You can choose between flashing blue lights or seven colored lights that illuminate the perimeter of the mouse pad. Like the inside of a nice car, it has all the bells and whistles.

Costing only $37, the All-in-One Music Mouse Pad makes for an affordable, convenient solution for those that use a mouse pad and could use the added convergence features.

6 comments
  1. With the mic on the mousepad, it will be hard to speak. it’s either you make your voice louder or place the pad near your mouth which is quite awful.

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