July 16 2024

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Spock Die Cut Mouse Pad

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Another San Diego Comic-Con exclusive has been announced, the Star Trek Spock Die Cut Mouse Pad.

This new product comes courtesy of Action Figure Xpress.

The description of the Spock mouse pad is as follows: “Boldly go where no mouse has gone before with this incredible Star Trek Mr. Spock mousepad! Immortalized by the late, great Leonard Nimoy, Mr. Spock is a household name, and now he’s ready to beam down into your household or office! This mouse pad measures approximately 8.4″ W x 11″ H and is 3/16″ thick. It combines a superb tracking surface with vibrant color and the soft touch of fabric. The AFX SDCC 2015 Exclusive Spock die cut mouse pad has been, and always will be…Your friend.”

Those attending Comic-Con can pre-order the Spock mouse pad to be picked up at the AFX booth (#3345). To pre-order the Spock mouse pad, which will cost $13.00, head to the link located here.

Those not attending Comic-Con can order the Spock mouse pad here. The Spock Die Cut Mouse Pad will be delivered in July.

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11 thoughts on “Spock Die Cut Mouse Pad

  1. They keep using that one publicity still of Spock with a phaser when they make Star Trek merchandise, but most of the fans I know would rather have Spock with a tricorder, since he’s both the science officer and a pacifist who kills reluctantly. I have to wonder if the people who design the merchandise ever talk to any actual Star Trek fans…

  2. do people even use mousepads anymore? People don’t use roller ball mice…laser mice don’t work properly on mousepads; at least mine doesn’t.

  3. Depends on the surface and what you’re using it for. I use a gaming mouse that works best on a hard surface. I do have a mousepad but it’s a plastic material.

  4. I saw the name of this article and though it was a reference to the 1970 novel Spock Must Die!

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