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Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer, which launched in 1999, earned a place on PCWorld.
The full names of the two mice are (take a deep breath): "Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer Night Vision Green" and "Wireless Optical Mouse Groovy Orange.
Silver Surfer - Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer pounds 34.
The new product versions introduced today are Microsoft Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer, IntelliMouse Explorer, Wireless Optical Mouse, Wireless Optical Desktop Elite, Wireless Optical Desktop Pro, Wireless Optical Desktop and Basic Wireless Optical Desktop.
If you have a Microsoft IntelliMouse pointing device, you can use the wheel button, the third (middle) button, to quickly zoom in and out of an Office document.
The Microsoft IntelliMouse Optical uses a sealed optical sensor that gives smooth, precise movements.
Microsoft's IntelliMouse Optical ($45), <http://www.
0 has twenty new features including OLE drag-and-drop support, Intellimouse support, text tips, variable positioning of combo box lists mad more.
Their Intellimouse Explorer is, in effect, a mouse with no ball, so there's no way dirt can get trapped to cause that infuriating sticking and slipping.
According to Microsoft the current IntelliMouse optical mouse captures 1,500 images per second, while the second-generation IntelliEye will take 2,000 images per second.
The Intellimouse Optical, which works on most surfaces, has five programmable buttons so users can customise the mouse to their preferred settings.
The first USB contract Cypress won was to design and supply chips for Microsoft Corp's Intellimouse.