Mouse disection online
Subject: General Tech | June 15, 2006 - 03:54 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
OCMODSHOP disects the XTrac Ripper XXL, to see what makes it tick. Drop by for some graphic shots of the guts of a mouse.
"The MX610 looks and feels great. Its black and silver coloring and curvy shape give it a sleek
design. Also, it is not heavy. The two AA batteries towards the back add to the weight, but overall
the weight of it is quite minimal. The buttons on the MX610 are comfortable, and have different feels
depending on their location; the main mouse buttons are the most easily pressed and deliver a
high-pitched click. The side buttons require more effort to press, and respond with a softer and
lower-pitched click. The tilt-wheel is very tactile and works exactly like you expect it to, unlike
Microsoft's huge and comparitively complicated tilt-wheel setup. Middle-clicking is easy to pull off
without accidentally side-scrolling, and the steps are easy to feel. The two new communication buttons
make no noise when clicked."
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- Logitech Cordless Desktop MX 5000 Laser Review @ FastLaneHW.com
- Logitech G15
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- Logisys KB609
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- XTrac Ripper XXL @
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