From: "Michael A. Terrell"
Subject: Re: Crisis in Japan: defective electro caps round the world
Date: Thu, 12 Dec 2002 20:20:17 -0500
Organization: Have you seen my bench? No, really! Where is it?
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Philip Pemberton wrote:
> You want to know what type of mouse *I* use?
> Well, it's a Genius (KYE Corp) Netscroll+ Eye optical on a Royal Armouries
> (Leeds, W. Yorkshire, UK) mousepad. The mouse cost £15, the mousepad cost
> £5. And apart from a minor bit of jitter, the Netscroll has been a brilliant
> servant (ho hum). I've had it six months and I'm ready to go out and buy
> another five of these things to replace the "El Crappo" mice that are hooked
> up to every other machine in the house...
> email@example.com <<-- Yes, this address is real...
Genius was one of the two lines I usually sold with a system unless
the customer requested something else. I recently retired my last PS2
Genius Netmouse after about 4 years of daily use. I still have a serial
one, but nothing to plug it into, so it is in my tool box of spare parts
to repair older systems.
Michael A. Terrell