Enhanced precision with optical engine, eliminates moving parts and dust accumulation
Original patent owner (US Patent No. 5,530,455)
Suites for left - & righthanded use
Connects to PS/2-port
three buttons & scrolling wheel
for left- and righthanded use
system requirements: Windows 9x/ 2000/ NT/ ME/ XP
Dimensions: 55 x 110 x 30 mm
Weight: 99.5 g
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Reviewed by Anonymous from Waldorf, MD on 07/09/11
My computer doesn't like USB mice. After years of trying to figure out how to make a USB mouse work I FINALLY found this mouse. No more mouse cursor jumping all over the place and no more annoying double clicks. This mouse is nice, very nice. Its very sensitive. After awhile I thought it was too sensitive but now I love it. If you have mice trouble and are using USB give this PS/2 mouse a try.
The cable on this mouse is a little shorter than my old mouse. But not much. You may need to wrap the cable around or under your monitor. If you use Hibernation with xp you might want to change your BIOS setting to no wake up features by any input device or this mouse will stay on all the time. Just use the power button to wake up instead.
REMEMBER to always turn your computer off and just to be safe unplug it before plugging in a PS/2 device.
Reviewed by Kevin Meade from Norwich, CT on 10/28/10
Full size mouse, comfortable fit in the hand, smooth scroll (the 800dpi is so much beter than the 400dpi), nice tactile feel on the buttons and the scroll wheel yet no "accidental clicks" because my fat fingers got sleepy, and ths ps2 version gives me an extra usb port to work with so it pays for itself.
All in all, a great mouse.
get one for each computer in your house so you don't have to switch between mice with different dpi settings. It is such a let down to go back to my work laptop and use its mouse that is only 400dpi (make sure you get the right version (usb or ps2)).
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