Microsoft Classic Intellimouse Makes A Comeback

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅27.06.2018 14:02:43

The Microsoft Intellimouse, first debuted in 1996, was an instant hit to gamers and enthusiasts with its exceptional ergonomics. It sports sculpted buttons and finger rests to provide comfort. It was also packed with Omron switches which are now popular for its proven quality. The last Intellimouse model was released in 2003. Fifteen years later, Microsoft presents the Classic Intellimouse inspired by the Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer 3.0 from 2003 offering the same classic ergonomic look and feel.

The new Microsoft Classic Intellimouse sports a USB connection, classic ergonomic look and feel, and programmable buttons. Its rear feature a tail light with a distinctive modern white glow. The Classic Intellimouse also feature exceptional tracking with better precision with a DPI range of up to 3200. Its firm scroll wheel delivers precision that made the original popular.

The Microsoft Classic Intellimouse are more responsive and precise than ever with the use of modern technologies and innovation. Given that it’s a Microsoft product, the Classic Intellimouse is only compatible with Microsoft Windows operating systems. Mouse button customization is also disabled on devices running on Windows 10 S.

Pricing and Availability
The Microsoft Classic IntelliMouse is now available now through the Microsoft Store and select retailers for $39.99/£39.99/ €44.99.

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