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Hardware Thread, Which MOUSE do you use on your work PC? in Technical; I just use a cheapo Microsoft Optical Mouse and find them so/so, but wondered what others use!...
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    Which MOUSE do you use on your work PC?

    I just use a cheapo Microsoft Optical Mouse and find them so/so, but wondered what others use!

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    Same. Microsoft Basic Optical Mouse, Dose the job, Same on the new pcs. although they don't seem to last as long.

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    I use this Microsoft bundle: Microsoft Wireless Desktop 3000 - Bluetrack with.. | Ebuyer.com

    Very nice set if I'm honest. The mouse is lovely, pretty heavy but glides round like a feather. Odd really but I like it.

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    I bought a new one a month ago, after I'd replaced my mouse at home and decided that moulded mice really are much lovelier. I'd always missed having buttons 4 & 5 at work as well, so for the princely sum of £9.something I spoilt myself and got one of these out of my budget: Gigabyte M6880 Laser Mouse: Amazon.co.uk: Computers & Accessories
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    I also got one of those really curvy ergonomic keyboards and I am still trying to get used to it. It is nice, though.
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    The one that came with the pc.

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    a cheap logitech mouse and a dell keyboard.

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    Evoluent Vertical Mouse 4 (Wireless version)

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    Currently using one of these:



    Has been a Dell basic mouse in the past.

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    A super cheap logitech mouse and a super cheap Genius basic keyboard. No expense spared

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    One of Microsoft IntelliMouse Optical - Mouse - optical - 5 button(s) - wired - PS/2, USB - OEM: Microsoft: Amazon.co.uk: Computers & Accessories [but in black]

    However, I have one of Kensington Orbit - Trackball - Wired - USB which I really should use. [I totally didn't take it home to use for vidya games.]

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    A 10 year old Logitech Marble Mouse. This is it's 5th site. The one that I use at home is quite new, being only 7 years old.
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    The keyboard is whatever comes with the PC. This time it's a Dell.

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    Hahahah, just looked on Amazon, one seller flogging it for £85!

    So it's more of a financial investment then a tool?

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