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    Hi All,

    If you knew just how vital your mouse is to your computer,
    would you give it a "hug" each day?

    By the way, what type of mouse are "you" sporting with your computer anyway?

    I got a IBM ActiveScroll Mouse myself. I am using the PS/2 to Serial Adapter ( since my COM1 port is serial).

    ByronC
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    Microsoft Intellimouse Optical (http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/mouse/imo_info.asp ). No ball to clean and buttons for browser back and forward.

    Makes a great birthday or christmas present, too

    - cml
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    Originally posted by cml
    Microsoft Intellimouse Optical (http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/mouse/imo_info.asp ). No ball to clean and buttons for browser back and forward.

    Makes a great birthday or christmas present, too

    - cml
    Hi All,

    Can a Optical Mouse be use from a serial port ( I'm guessing, via a adapter at least)?

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    Hi All,

    Here's another wild idea from me:

    How about making a Visor cradle -> a mouse device also?

    With a hot sync button added to this new hardware
    May need two cables attach from it I know.

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    I'm using a wireless, optical Logitech trackball. It's cool because I can sit back on my couch and watch DVDs and control them as well.
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    I'm still using the Apple USB "puck" mouse that came with the computer, with an "iCatch" lid over it to make it ergonomic.
    I will be getting macAlly's three-button scrolling optical mouse eventually.
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    logitech cordless optical mouse here. at work i use the cordless mouse with the cordless keyboard too.

    i would love to find a mouse with even more buttons. i have the thumb button set as the internet 'back' command. can't tell y'all how addictive that is. between the scroll wheel also serving as a button and substituting for the double-click, and the aforementioned back button, i go nuts now when i sit at someone else's machine that does not have that stuff...
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    ByronC:

    You said you already have a PS/2 to Serial comverter? The Intellimouse that I have came with a USB to PS/2 adapter. It should work...

    Everyone should have an optical mouse! They are great.

    I haven't considered going with a wireless mouse, but it would be too complicated with a laptop. I can just throw the Intellimouse in my computer-backpack with the laptop. That poor excuse for a trackpad is rediculous (or it could just be me).

    - cml

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