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    Microsoft's Classic IntelliMouse heralds the return of a, well, classic. But should it have been left in the past?

    Microsoft's new Classic IntelliMouse is an affordable throwback to a (slightly) simpler time, when mouse pointers typically contained large internal balls with rollers that would, over time, accumulate dust and become stuck.
    The first IntelliMouse hit the market in 1996, with a number of then-unique innovations. Over the years, the range pioneered the scroll wheel, while popularizing optical lasers over trackballs, ergonomic design, and dedicated thumb buttons.
    Microsoft is revisiting the classic mouse design with the new Classic IntelliMouse, which faithfully recreates what made some of the original mice so special, with a bit of modern flair.

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    06-27-2018 11:10 AM

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