Toy Images of Device Label Optical Mouse - Grimlock & Dinosaurer
Thursday, November 26th, 2009 6:59PM CST
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Takara Tomy has released the second item of the Device Label series, this time is the operating optical mouse - Grimlock and Dinosaurer.
Thanks to アルフェス2010 for uploaded the gallery of Device Label Grimlock & Dinosaurer, we get to see the transformation details and gimmicks of the product such as light up faction logo etc.
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Re: Toy Images of Device Label Optical Mouse - Grimlock & Dinosaurer (1023090)
Posted by Gauntlet101010
on November 26th, 2009 @ 7:04pm CST
And Blaster is right ther eon the box. It's like they're teasing us!
On the mouse: it looks MUCh more like the planned Dinobot and nothing like Grimlock. And why is Trypticon always a tiny dinosaur now? Cool colors tho.
Re: Toy Images of Device Label Optical Mouse - Grimlock & Dinosaurer (1023131)
Posted by Ultra Magnus
on November 26th, 2009 @ 11:32pm CST
Re: Toy Images of Device Label Optical Mouse - Grimlock & Dinosaurer (1023133)
Posted by El Duque
on November 26th, 2009 @ 11:40pm CST
Had they left one of these guys Overkill I would probably would have bought it since the whole device label concept would have been more suited to him.
Re: Toy Images of Device Label Optical Mouse - Grimlock & Dinosaurer (1023177)
Posted by Trikeboy
on November 27th, 2009 @ 5:19am CST
Man, they really chose the wrong characters for these. As Grimlock and Trypticon they are garbage. As Overkill and Dinobot they could have been passable. Might wait and see what KO companies come up with. Don't need a optical mouse anyway. That way we would have had two Decepticons and two Maximals.
Re: Toy Images of Device Label Optical Mouse - Grimlock & Dinosaurer (1023295)
Posted by kirbenvost
on November 27th, 2009 @ 1:27pm CST
They look alright, but not great. And I do collect Grimlocks, but since this one was never intended to be him and looks nothing like him, I'll pass.
Re: Toy Images of Device Label Optical Mouse - Grimlock & Dinosaurer (1023365)
Posted by Rated X
on November 27th, 2009 @ 3:41pm CST
Why the corny 2 in one gimmicks all the time ??? Seriously, is anybody actually gonna use this as a mouse ??? Or is this just some kind of a stocking stuffer meant for the collector who has everything ??? I know some people gonna hate me for saying this, but Im glad they cancelled Blaster. Blaster needs to transform into a 1980's style boombox, not some PDA, 2-way pager or whatever the cancelled toy transformed into. I just hate catchy gimmicks...no offense.
Re: Toy Images of Device Label Optical Mouse - Grimlock & Dinosaurer (1023399)
Posted by Gauntlet101010
on November 27th, 2009 @ 7:21pm CST
He was a USB hub which could connect with the other Device Label guys. And his bot mode could accept the old G1 tapes (doesn't make a lick of sence for a USB hub, but I couldn't care less).
I dunno, I got over the old "must conform to G1 slavishly" a long time ago. If Megatron can be a tank and Optimus can be a car, then Blaster can be a USB Hub. Hell, Grimlock and Tripticon are mice who transform into Raptors.
Re: Toy Images of Device Label Optical Mouse - Grimlock & Dinosaurer (1023404)
Posted by DevastaTTor
on November 27th, 2009 @ 8:05pm CST
These are just chock full of fail IMO. The proportions are weird (their hips are ungodly big) and they've got pinheads. And the least Takara could have done at this price was make them wireless.
Re: Toy Images of Device Label Optical Mouse - Grimlock & Dinosaurer (1023466)
Posted by freaky777
on November 28th, 2009 @ 9:35am CST
For a mouse that transforms it costs way too much..