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Buyer's Guide to Mice

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Looking for a new mouse?

Here's how we would recommend choosing a new mouse or pointing device:
  • You can choose an optical mouse if you are concerned about the mouse ball picking up dirt and dust, and the movement becoming jerky. Optical mice don't have any moving parts to collect dirt.
  • You can choose a tablet and pen if you want precision. This is what many graphic artists prefer.
  • Some people find it useful to be able to switch between different types of pointing devices (say between an optical mouse for ordinary use, and a tablet and pen for drawing) depending on what they are doing. If you think that you might want to do that, then choose hot-swappable devices that connect to your USB port: you will then be able to switch between different types of pointers without rebooting your computer.
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