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Microsoft WheelMouse Optical, USB & PS/2 w/ IntelliEye Optical Technology

Microsoft has taken their popular WheelMouse and replaced its old-fashioned mouse ball with an IntelliEye optical sensor that tracks movement 1,500 times per second for smooth and precise motion and control. No mouse ball means no moving parts to clean or wear down and the flat optical sensor is sealed in to keep out the dirt and lint that can cause a traditional mouse to skip or jam. Works on almost any surface - No Mousepad Required. 2 Button use. Convenient Scrolling Wheel between buttons - Roll the wheel forward or backward instead of clicking on scroll bar or arrow for a fast and easy way to move through your documents or Internet screens. Connects to a USB or PS/2 interface port. Great for left-handed or right-handed users.

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Microsoft WheelMouse Optical, USB & PS/2 w/ IntelliEye Optical Technology MS-MSFT-OPTCWHLMSpad$14.00pad

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