Advantages Helps you keep up with technology; No need for a mouse-pad; Longer product-life; Attractive models to choose from
Disadvantages Product flies off the shelves....so you have to hurry.
Packard Bell Interchangeable Optical Mouse (model IO-3UP)
Owing to my experience with computers for the past fourteen years, I became pretty much accustomed to the traditional ‘ball-type’ mouse. I was familiar with all it’s drawbacks like having to always clean the roller guides, making sure that the mouse pad kept it’s shape (if it didn’t, I always replaced them) and ensuring that I always had enough patience for times when the mouse-response was so poor that it would have been better to use the keyboard.
I remember reading one or two Ciao reviews about these products and what appealed to me was the fact that one doesn’t need a mouse pad to use an optical mouse. I must admit that I was a bit hesitant as I assumed that one would need to spend a small fortune on a product that seemed so technologically advanced, but I was pleasantly surprised to find them priced from as low as £9.99 (this is what I eventually decided to spend).What is an optical mouse?
The mouse I chose to buy was the Packard Bell Interchangeable Optical Mouse and I purchased it from Dixon’s.
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