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L33tace
23/03/2007, 02h32
Hi

I'm looking to get a new mouse, the one i have doesn't work with my puter. i've gotten so use to using the touchpad at this stage but i feel a mouse would help my workflow a lot more.

i have a Dell XPS M1710, Win XP. my work area is rather limited, sometimes i find it easier just working sitting in a chair or on my bed.

what mouse have you got and anyone got any recommendations? i don't have much of a budget but i don't mind spending money on something that is worth it.

don't know if makes a difference but i've the usual suspects - Hexagon, Carrara, D|S, Bryce.

thanks. :hi:

Couerl
23/03/2007, 05h39
http://www.targus.com/us/product_details.asp?sku=AMW15US

That's what I use on my laptop, same price as the microsoft ones and it comes with rechargable batteries instead of the throw aways that most have... I've had it since Thanksgiving and I like it.

L33tace
23/03/2007, 20h36
thanks!

um looks like you're the only person who owns a mouse here. :innocent:

sailor-ed
24/03/2007, 03h09
As my space is also very limited I much prefer a trackball. Logitech makes a very inexpensive model.

laughingnome
24/03/2007, 04h35
trackball here, logitech like sailor ed:happy:

http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/products/details/US/EN,CRID=2150,CONTENTID=5003

stu

medeamajic
24/03/2007, 08h36
I also use a trackball.

L33tace
24/03/2007, 17h51
http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/products/details/US/EN,CRID=2150,CONTENTID=5003



posting with my new mouse. :shiny:

thanks!

laughingnome
24/03/2007, 21h13
posting with my new mouse. :shiny:

thanks!

:) :) :) ive had 4 of these mice over the years, wouldnt use anything else:shiny:

happy modeling:)

stu

ronaldSteward
11/10/2008, 01h47
i'm a total logitech fan. been hooked on their products for some time now. i have an acer laptop, but i still use a mouse. way more control i find. that touchpad i only use if i have to.
cheers.