Targus has begun selling a unique two-in-one PC peripheral that sounds ideal for the home, office or while on the road.
Targus has begun selling a unique two-in-one PC peripheral ideal for the home, office or while on the road.
Aptly called the USB Notebook Mouse Internet Phone, this computer accessory looks like a regular travel mouse but is also a fully functional VoIP phone — compatible with Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo! Instant Messenger, Google Talk, Skype and Vonage — thanks to its built-in microphone, speakerphone, headphone jack and independent sound chip with volume control.
The USB Notebook Mouse Internet Phone costs $49.99 and is available at Staples and London Drugs.
This product begs the question, though: Do you want your technology converged? Does a music phone work as well as a dedicated MP3 player? Are you interested n your GPS navigation unit playing downloaded video clips for kids in the backseat? Do you rely on your PSP as a digital photo album?