Coming in all shapes, sizes and materials, the mouse has moved on significantly from its early wooden, rectangular days It is 32 years since Stanford Research Institute scientist Douglas Englebart invented the mouse. Englebart's 1968 prototype was rectangular and made of wood. Most current designs are like a flattened half egg.Apple recently came out with a smallish circular puck of a mouse that got rather mixed reviews: expensive style over function was the verdict. And size seems ...
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