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AdvantagesMS Name

DisadvantagesCould be more comfy

...Intellimouse Optical. Hey, this was the mouse I was going to buy myself instead of my Logitech Optical mouse that I bought. Microsoft make good mice, theres no denying that. They are the leader in the field of mice and probably will be for a long time, with Logitech following closely behind. Their mice are normally very durable, but you do pay for them. Take for instance my mouse at work. It's been used...

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“Microsoft Intellimouse”

published 15/01/2007

Advantages Accurate and responsive laser mouse, good range of buttons

Disadvantages Not hugely stylistic

...I have had this mouse for approximately 5 years now, and not once has it given me a problem or reason to complain. I bought this mouse as a replacement for my ball mouse which i had major sensitivity problems with. Looks: This package from Microsoft is neat and clean in appearance; the mouse is plain white plastic with silver buttons and red under light. This mouse is simple and would blend...

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AdvantagesUSB to PS/2 compatible, energy efficient, good response time.

DisadvantagesNone that I know of.

...t performs well, the performance is much better on Ubuntu 10.04. I haven?t yet tried it on Ubuntu 12.04, which I have a live DVD edition and am considering writing a review about after a few more days of use. I think the reason behind this mouse performing better on Ubuntu, is that the operating system can be customised very much to the user?s standards. Although the mous...

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