Cyborg R.A.T. 9 Wireless Mouse

Make no mistake. What you see above is a wireless mouse that costs $150. But it’s the coolest mouse we’ve seen in a long while, so we’re writing it up. The Cyborg R.A.T. 9 Wireless Mouse is made primarily for serious gamers. It comes with a set of interchangeable palm rests and adjustable grips for comfort. Beyond that, you can adjust the length, width, height and weight of the mouse to your liking.

The R.A.T. 9 has 2.4Ghz wireless technology with 1ms response time, a 5600 DPI “twin-eye” laser sensor, software for dialing in custom settings, and a whole bunch of other impressive features. Works with Windows 7, Vista and XP.

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$150 at Cyborg

Mini Global GPS Tracker

GPS gadgets are getting more compact lately, and now you can have your own discreet GPS tracker for a hundred bucks. This Mini Global GPS Tracker measures a tiny 2.5” x 1.8” x 0.6” and weighs less than two ounces. Put a SIM card inside (not included), and it’ll report its location on demand or at specific intervals. If you’re feeling clandestine, it has a convenient magnetic inclosure for easy mounting (read: hiding), and a built in microphone that’ll let you listen in on its surroundings.

$100 at ThinkGeek

I Can't Find My Phone

These days, people are relying so much on their cell phones that they’ve foregone landlines all together. It’s hard to find fault in that decision, until you lose your phone and are left without a way to call it and dig it up. Enter I Can’t Find My Phone. Enter your number and it’ll call your phone for you. Simple as can be, and just as free.

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Tube Wringer

If you like to get every last bit of substance for your money, you may want to consider a Tube Wringer. Be it toothpaste, glue, or any other substance that comes in tube form, the Tube Wringer’s heavy duty aluminum rollers will ensure that nothing is wasted. Now you can obsess over something else.

Talus ColdAvenger Masks

Finally, a product that will protect your respiratory health in extreme cold and make you look a little bit like Darth Vader. These ColdAvenger Masks from Talus Outdoor Technologies protect your face like any other winter mask, but also humidify the air you breathe, keeping your precious airway in top shape. The mask will “mix inhaled cold air with exhaled warm air to achieve a dynamic balance of warmth,” which means the air you breathe is 40º-60ºF warmer than outside. Available in a range of configurations (the Balaclava is our favorite).

$50-80 at Talus Outdoor

Automatic Thermostat Plug

With winter on its way, you might find yourself bringing out all manner of electronic devices to help fight the cold. You can automate the war against cold with the Automatic Thermostat Plug. When air temperature drops to approximately 35°F, it automatically turns on. When the air reaches 45°F, it powers off. Handy.

24 Port USB Monster Hub

If you can’t seem to get enough USB peripheral devices and need to be able to use them all at once, you’ll appreciate this 24 Port USB Monster Hub. Whether it’s a handful of flash drives, your phone, or a bunch of USB-powered toys (we’re not here to judge), you’ll have room for them all with two dozen slots. You can power the unit via USB or AC power (the latter doesn’t require a computer).

$50 at ThinkGeek