Anorexic mouse needs to bulk up

Sometimes, thin isn't in

We've seen our fair share of what appear to be unusable mouse designs, mostly because they seem just too flat to be practical. And MoGo's latest Bluetooth line, at least by appearance, is no exception.

Not only do they look too thin to hold comfortably, but we'd be afraid of breaking them in two. MoGo touts their ability to recharge themselves in minutes inside a PC's card slot, which is a great idea--but only if you actually want to use them. We appreciate the charging concept and sleek design, as we did with the "Mogo Dapter," but these days there are other ways to charge a mouse easily, such as through a USB port. So to us, MoGo's mouse is yet another solution in search of a problem.

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