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This computer hardware article is a stub. Views Read Edit View history. It also has a decent number of buttons, five in total, with three that are customizable.
Against Lacks some modern features Not wireless. This version featured IntelliEye optical tracking technology, eliminating the need for a mouse ball or mousepad. It had five buttons — two on top, the scroll wheel, and one on each side of the mouse.
Also, despite this being a Microsoft mouse, you need to download additional software to configure it — the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center. It has a 1, reports per second report rate, which makes it feel fast and responsive, even when your frantically moving the mouse cursor all over the desktop.
It also means the mouse is lighter than wireless mice that are saddled with batteries, with the Microsoft Classic IntelliMouse weighing 3. In Mouse Systemsowned by KYE sinceproduced the world’s first mouse with a scroll wheel.
Software Downloads: Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer
Where do you want to go today? Microscope photograph of the IntelliMouse Explorer sensor silicon die. This article related to Microsoft is a stub. Shah United States v. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Of course, there are cheaper mice out there — just check our list of the best mice for a good selection, but we think Microsoft has priced this just about right, considering the features and build quality. Retrieved from ” https: Sure, there is some lighting, with the iconic red light of the original IntelliMouse now replaced with a modern white light.
Software Downloads: IntelliMouse Explorer
The original line of IntelliMouse products still has its fans, and Microsoft has kept what people love about those older mice, while adding and improving features to bring it up to date.
One of the most well-loved devices made by Microsoft during this time was the IntelliMouse, and now the company has revisited the iconic brand with the Microsoft Classic IntelliMouse, which according to Microsoft is inspired by the IntelliMouse 3. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Fans of weird looking ergonomic mice, or gaming-orientated pointers that pack in loads of buttons and glorious RGB lighting, will also wonder what all the fuss is about.
The original IntelliMouse was introduced on July 22,with its stand-out feature being a scroll wheel. The design retains the iconic look, while also modernising it, and perhaps best of all, Microsoft is asking a pretty reasonable price for it.
Its compact body that measures mm x 69mm x 43mm fits neatly into the hand, showing that Microsoft still knows a thing or two about designing an ergonomic peripheral. Founders Bill Gates Paul Allen.
The IntelliMouse Optical was released in April Or, it chooses a product that no one really wanted to see again. With the Microsoft Classic IntelliMouse you can clearly see the inspiration, with a similar ergonomic shape and black and gray design.
This is a welcome return, indeed.
While the Magic Mouse 2 is wireless, the Classic IntelliMouse has a lot more going for it when it comes to customizable buttons, and other features. Overall, we are very impressed with the performance of the Microsoft Classic IntelliMouse.
Retrieved 22 November Bill Gates Paul Allen.