NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2002 17:15:33 -0600
From: "Ralph Wade Phillips"
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Subject: Re: Crisis in Japan: defective electro caps round the world
Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2002 17:15:19 -0600
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"PCS Electronics" wrote in
> > Why did you buy a Micro$oft mouse? Logitech ALWAYS has an offering
> > works as well or better "out of the box," is built better, and is
> > Just remember to used to basic product and don't get carried away with
> > extra software.
> It was the only optical one at the time, M$ was the first.
> I know, the software that comes with it is not requied (in xp).
Huh? You mean the original optical mouse that was made by Logitech
and sold via Microsoft as a Microsoft mouse?
Check them patents again - Microsoft wasn't first to use an optical
mouse that DIDN'T require a pad. Matter of fact. Honeywell used to sell
one, back in the early Windows 3.0 days ...