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SteveC

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Two scroll wheels? What's that for? General Electric is already in just about every other business, so why no make computer mice too.

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NRG = mc²

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The GE mice are probably for the poor fools that have their Compaq etc box's mouse fail and go buy it thinking "its GE, can't be bad" and then proceed to pay $100 for it. :lol:
 

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NRG = mc² said:
The GE mice are probably for the poor fools that have their Compaq etc box's mouse fail and go buy it thinking "its GE, can't be bad" and then proceed to pay $100 for it. :lol:
I believe Compaq has used Logitech as their mouse manufacturer starting way back when (late '80s).


 

time

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Developed with Microsoft's® expertise in interactive technology ...
I guess the earlier kids learn how to hold down [Ctr][Alt][Delete], the better.

Three rings teach basic concepts ...
The third ring is the reset button.
 

flagreen

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LOL The smile I guess is either because he likes his new toy or he is enjoying where he is sitting.
 
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