These mice came in either a gunshot metal grey or burgundy. The ubiquitous IBM red wheel mouse has been the standard issue mouse since the ThinkCentre line started previously the NetVistas had the same mouse, but with glitter injected plastic and black rubber wheels. Note that your submission may not appear immediately on our site. The very first iteration of IBM’s standard ambidextrous optical wheel mouse paired with the NetVista series of computers. The lower dark plastic is a very dark plum purple colour. These ones are not optical, but are worth mentioning nonetheless. It looks like IBM was intending some sort of internal lighting in the similar fashion like the ScrollPoint?
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So IBM was thinking about it and left that unintentionally on the box art; however it appears mo02d one noticed this, not even IBM themselves Promote cracked software, or other illegal content. Note that your submission may not appear immediately on our site. One advantage is that it allows four buttons now; since the wheel is also considered ‘clickable’.
The burgundy variants are probably the most unusual colour an IBM product has ever been released in, certainly very colourful.
Since you’ve already submitted a review for this product, this kbm will be added as an update to your original review. I didn’t notice it either until I decided to read every word on the box carefully. This would also explain why Lenovo’s 06P states being released in which would fit exactly when MO28UOL was released; that means this mouse has been actively produced for over a decade.
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ml02w These ones are not optical, but are worth mentioning nonetheless. Flaming or offending other users. Here we see the slate blue sporting the red wheel and the business grey with a black wheel: Your message has been reported and will be reviewed by our staff. Gun metal metal grey MO28BO Here is the scanned box art from the burgundy release of the mouse click it for a larger picture. I haven’t used a mouse that was more tactile than this one.
One odd non-wheel mouse, but still based on the same template as the wheelers, is the pure three-button IBM mouse. These were actually made by Logitech for IBM. Please submit your review for IBM Mouse. Here is the scanned box art from the burgundy release of the mouse click it for a larger picture.
You are logged in as. I’ve often wondered if you paired the yellow wheel with the burgundy MO28BO you would get quite the mpuse contrast although unfortunately MO28BO uses a different wheel assembly. Inside the mice use very similar designs as well– however the later optical wireless mouse doesn’t have as an elaborately cut out top receiving wireless PCB.
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Thank You for Submitting a Reply,! Here we see the slate blue sporting the red wheel and the business grey with a black wheel:.