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Ralf Jurrien : June 26th 2012 - 12:33 CET

Mercedes SL550 road mice


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Mercedes BenzNew Mercedes SL550 computer mouse : Four Door Media, Inc. announced the signing of a licensing agreement with Mercedes Accessories GmbH to build a unique version of the new Mercedes SL550, among the most exciting, recognizable and desirable automobiles on the marketplace today. Four Door Media is now authorized internationally to produce its new Mercedes SL550 and such upcoming products as the new Mercedes C300 with the function and size of a sophisticated computer mouse. With this new agreement, Four Door Media will develop and market beautiful high quality Mercedes car replicas that function as high quality computer mice. The new Mercedes SL550 computer mouse carries a retail price of $ 50.
Mercedes SL550

New Mercedes SL550 road mice
A direct descendant of the legendary Mercedes 300SL Gullwing of the 1950s, the SL550 as built by Mercedes is a remarkable 382 horsepower roadster of amazing grandeur and distinction. The Mercedes Road Mice version, while being far more affordable - at suggested retail of just under the $ 50 in the US, represents a whopping saving over the base 2012 full-size model - is an Optically-guided, exquisitely formed luxury car mouse that provides Teutonic automotive thrills on the everyday desktop. In addition, these new Mercedes Road Mice, like all Road Mice products, will be built "featuring HP Technology" inside for unmatched accuracy and reliability.

Sl550 Mercedes

Mercedes SL550 mouse
"Among the challenges we face is letting our customers know this is more than just a cleverly designed reproduction of the new Mercedes SL550 road car," says Markey. "It is also a fully functional and useful computer tool. We're excited that our initial achievements give us the opportunity to expand the Road Mice fleet with yet another one of the most prominent automakers in the industry, Mercedes Benz." This agreement comes on the heels of the tremendous recent sales success of existing Road Mice products, including a variety of sleek models in the iconic forms of cars from many renowned automotive brands, like the Mercedes SL550 mouse. "Manufacturers worldwide are working with us because they are confident that Four Door Media will protect their designs and replicate their automobiles using true craftsmanship and a keen eye for detail."

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Mercedes Benz SL550 computer mouse




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