MouseRug has been featured in many publications over the years. Here are a few clips:
Put a Smile on Your Face With These 20 Creative Mousepads
Mar 24, 2015
By Tabby McFarland
When picking items for your office either at home or at work, consider some personalization to make your workspace your own.
The often overlooked mousepad is a great example. Choose one that tells who you are, boosts your morale and maybe … just maybe, makes you smile.
Check out this selection of creative mousepads guaranteed to be a little off the wall and off the beaten trail. See if one of them appeals to you. Or do your own search for a mousepad that says more about who you are and can cheer you up during days that just could have gone better.
Read the full article: http://smallbiztrends.com/2015/03/creative-mousepads.html
Mouserugs: Tiny Carpets for Your Mouse
February 6th, 2012 by Lambert Varias
I’ve never bought a mouse pad. Not only are most of them kitschy, I barely even need one because even my cheap optical mice works on different surfaces. That said, I would still like to get a Mouserug for my trusty Logitech. It’s the least I can do for its years of service.
Mouserugs look a lot like the actual thing because they’re basically miniature scale models of fancy oriental rugs. FiberLok, the company who makes them, photographs and scans actual rugs as the basis for their product. If a scanned rug happens to have a defect or imperfection, the resulting Mouserug will have it as well. The designs are not printed on the rugs; each one of the millions of nylon microfibers that make up each Mouserug is dyed with the needed color for added authenticity.
Read the full article: http://technabob.com/blog/2012/02/06/mouserugs-mousepads/
FORT COLLINS, COLO. (PRWEB) OCTOBER 24, 2011
MouseRug®, the best-selling mousepad of all time, with more than five million sold to-date, today announced the availability of five new MouseRug and CoasterRug designs inspired by rugs in the completely renovated, expanded, and reinstalled suite of fifteen Islamic art galleries at the Metropolitan Museum of Art which will re-open to the public on November 1.
Since MouseRugs were first introduced in 1999, they have re-ignited computer users’ passion for the mousepad, driving brisk sales from Des Moines to Dubai. In fact, more than half of the five million MouseRugs sold have been purchased by consumers in the Islamic world – in Egypt, Jordan and throughout the Middle East.
The five new designs in the Mouserug Met Collection expand the immensely popular MouseRug and CoasterRug product line to more than 50 unique, full-color, richly-detailed design offerings. The Met Collection of MouseRugs and CoasterRugs includes the Rosette Palmette, the Turkish Star Ushak, Pashmina Flowers, the Mughal Lotus and the Shah Jahan.
Read the full article: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/10/prweb8892233.htm