Discussion in 'Off-Topic Forum' started by NaumoJR, Apr 28, 2003.
Yeah todd, me too. My batteries in my Navigator last me about 4 months.
Here is a pic of my mouse.
Microsoft wired intelli mouse trackball
Same as mine Naumo!
Ms wireless optical Blue mouse.
Until recently, I had a keyboard with a built-in Glide pad - and I used the Synaptics driver tricks of TAP, Double tap and rather hard to master, but useful "Tap and a half" to hold and drag, plus edge slide.
I didn't use wheel emulation, as I kept hitting it by accident.
(retired it when the more and more of the keys went blank!)
Soon to ADD!
Tablet with pen and tablet-mouse!
Microsoft Intellimouse w/ intellieye wired optical.... 5 button
i'm using logitch's cordless elite duo, i love it cuz its cordless BUT i do not like the mouse it tends to SKIP frames while in games and its not smooth, i reecommend the microsoft optical 3 buttom mouse works likea charm and icompletely love it but i'm a fein for te wireless!
Optical / Wire
I use a Logitech Optical / Wire
I normally use Microsoft mice, but I got a logitech MX700 cordless optical a few months ago, best mouse ive ever had ! Expensive, but good if you use the PC alot.
Your answer lies below my signature image
PS: Nice siggy Zardon
PPS: Heres a piccy
Originally posted by Naumo_JR
So what type of mouse are you currently using?
I have a Optical / Wire. Microsoft Intelimouse Explorer 3.0.
Same here - Microsoft Intelimouse Explorer 3.0 Works great. Here's a pic:
I think wireless mice are to heavy and weird, I like my microsoft explorer!
Logitech mx-500. Optical/Wired cuz i'm an online fps freak.
Logitech optical w/wire
I was just wondering why this isn't in the Tech forum...
Yay! 444 posts! :w00t: :evil: :drool: :lol:
MX700 or possibly MX500 is the only way to go as far as non trackball mice are concerned :bleh:
dual optical.. so wired optical :
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