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With roughly one month to go until the latest edition of World of Warcraft is published, one manufacturer’s jumped on the opportunity to flog the game’s panting punters the world’s first WoW-branded mouse.

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The World of Warcraft MMO Gaming Mouse has 16m illumination options...

The World of Warcraft MMO Gaming Mouse can macro up to 160 characters and boasts 15 programmable buttons, so you’ll have to grow a few more fingers to make full use of them all.

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...and 15 buttons

The angular, metallic design makes the mouse look more like an armadillo. But you won’t notice that, because you’ll be too busy deciding which of the 16m illumination choices you like best. After that, there are three intensity and pulsation levels to pick from.

Really dedicated fans might like to know that Blizzard, WoW’s publisher, even had a hand in the peripheral’s design.

The World of Warcraft MMO Gaming Mouse can be pre-ordered online now for $90 (£52/€66).

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