With technology used in mice these days having advanced to such a level that they will even work on glass surfaces, who needs a mouse pad anymore? Guess a huge portion of us who do not have the dough to spare on such a luxurious pointing device, hence the presence of mouse pads in the market still. The Rhodia Mouse Pad approaches the situation differently as it also functions as a notepad, letting you jot down your ideas that dawn upon you suddenly, and when you’re done, tear off the top sheet to start anew later on. Each Rhodia Mouse Pad comes with 30 sheets of graph paper to get you started, retailing for $6.50 a pop.
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