It is an excellent mouse for beginners. The scroll bar is large and red, making it highly visible and easily identifiable. Manipulating the scroll ball on this model is so simple, anyone can do it.
Well, almost anyone.
I found the candy-like appearence of the scroll ball so inviting, I wanted to lick it, but was too embarrassed to ask. So I took the picture instead.
Mice have a lot of personality. Depending on how the mouse driver is programed, a mouse can be as individual as its owner. For instance, this one is considerably more sophisticated and complex than our first example. Some would call it "high maintenance."
Although I am not sure, I think this it may belong to the woman who is modeling it in such an inviting way. She is sure proud of her mouse. Plus, she's got a certain authority. I'll bet she knows how to manipulate a scroll bar with just the right amount of pressure. She's probably manipulated hundreds.
This is my mouse.
Unlike the other mice, the only predominate feature available on the body of the mouse is the scroll ball.
There is no mistaking the scroll ball on my mouse, mister!
I have been manipulating my scroll ball for a long, long time. Have others manipulated my scroll ball? Sure, but let's keep the party polite and keep those details private.
Some might say that my mouse isn't very flashy or new-fangled, but that's the way I like it. I'm a bit of a purist that way. Some would call it "low maintenance."
I hate to admit this, but sometimes my scroll ball gets stuck. When that happens, I get out my can of pressurized air and give it a nice cold blast. After that, my scroll ball works good as new.
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