Translucent Wheel Mouse

Just as computer users have abandoned the Command Line Interface and EGA graphics, everyone now has a mouse, and most mouse owners are searching for one that suits them even more perfectly.

Swann Communications may have the mouse to tempt the most hard to please. The Translucent Scroll Mouse has two buttons and a scroll wheel . . . one of the most underrated inventions of mouse evolution. Using a scroll mouse means that you never have to find and click on the little arrows in the corner of the screen, and then keep clicking to scroll the page, line by line. The Swann Mouse connects to the USB port and is fully Windows and Apple Macintosh compatible, meaning that iMac users can finally have a good replacement to their standard mouse. Best of all, the Swann Mouse is translucent, so it gives you something interesting to look at on your desk during those moments when you can't think what to do next.

Swann Communications

Price: $34.95

Phone: (03) 9421 2600


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