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Brando Giant USB Mouse is huge

Posted: 28 Oct 2011 04:00 AM PDT

As the technology develops our devices are getting smaller, but that doesn't seem to work for some companies such as Brando. In fact, Brando is doing quite the opposite and it has just released a new gigantic USB mouse.

Apparently, the first thing that you're going to notice about this mouse is its size, and Brando's Giant USB Mouse is 175mm long, 105mm wide and 55mm tall. It's twice larger than your iPhone, and it's definitely the largest mouse that we've ever seen. Besides it's gigantic size, this mouse works as a standard optical mouse with three mouse buttons and a wheel, but it doesn't have much to offer since it's just an oversized computer mouse.

Brando's Giant USB Mouse is a huge piece of hardware, and although it looks cumbersome, it's still an interesting piece of hardware, and if you want to try it out, it's available for $20.

[via Technabob]


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YouTube is launching channels with original contents next week

Posted: 28 Oct 2011 02:56 AM PDT

There are several major video streaming services on the Web, such as Netflix and Hulu, and in order to turn attention towards itself, YouTube decided to some changes to its video content.
If you prefer YouTube over Netflix and Hulu, you'll be pleased to hear that YouTube is going to introduce new channels with professionally produced original content during the next week. This move was announced earlier in the year and according to the reports, YouTube has invested about $100 million in the creation of original content. In order to provide original content to its users, YouTube has teamed up with several major media companies, such as IAC/InterActiveCorp.'s Electus, News Corp.'s ShineReveille, RTL Group's FremantleMedia. Of course, on the list of YouTube partners are some celebrities such as Tony Hawk and the creator of the CSI series, Anthony Zuiker.

Not much information is available at the moment, and we can only guess whether YouTube will charge its original content to the users. Anyhow, we're looking forward to original content, and to next week for more information.

[via Ubergizmo]


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