I think my Apple mouse is dying. Lately, the cursor seems to have a mind of it's own (frequently it jumps to another location on the monitors, sometimes with no input) and occasionally freezes up requiring a hard restart. I disconnected it and I've been using the mouse that came with my Wacom tablet. It's a two button with a scroll wheel and I'm starting to get used to the buttons and wheel.<br><br>I'd like to get a new mouse. I know Logitech makes a bunch of mice but I'm not crazy about their keyboard. Two buttons and a wheel would suffice so I'm open to suggestions. <br><br>
_________________________ Old farts, the hidden caulk of civilization. Jim Atkinson
I have a Kensington Pilot Mouse has 2 buttons and a scroll wheel that also acts as the 3rd button, click the wheel to scroll left or right = I love it and has good rubber grips and is made larger to fit better for Manly Hands<br><br><br>
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