Killed Another Mouse!

United States
July 17, 2011 2:19am CST
Okay, this has not been my year for mice. Mind you, I speak of computer mice, not the four-legged kind. Last week I killed yet another wireless mouse after dropping the computer on top of the transmitter! The transmitter limped along for a while but eventually the connections just gave out and I was left with one more dead mouse on my hands. I think this makes six this year. Now, I do use a laptop so I do have the pad to fall back on but I hate using it. It's just so uncomfortable! I started calling all my friends and neighbors and one of them did have a wired mouse that they loaned me until I acquire the necessary funds to get the new mouse I need. This could easily discourage me but I am undaunted because I have a plan! I am going to simply stock up on mice...a good variety, wired and wireless, inexpensive and cadillac...I plan to have about half a dozen or so on hand so that I always have a spare. Then, if I find one that I really like and really works well, then glory hallelujah! I will be set. In the meantime, though, I am exploring the mouse menu an searching for that perfect mouse that will not only work and work well, but be durable to the abuse that my situation tends to put on my mouse. Wish me luck!
2 responses
• Saudi Arabia
21 Jul 11
my advice get the cheapest Genius wired mouse i had one that lasted 3 years and still works perfectly, i tested it for impact it works after droping from 7ft and stepping on it :P . it is so logical actually if u think about it the costy mice have too much technology so they get damaged easily the cheaper ones are much better :p even phones if u buy an old nokia it survives the toughest falls that no n8 or c7 will survive :P or u can get a really costy mouse so ull take better care of it and not drop it cuz u'll no u paid a lot for it ill suggest Razer mice they r awesome :P
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• Saudi Arabia
22 Jul 11
try to invent something new with them become a gr8 person :P
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• United States
24 Jul 11
@ElicBxn (60053)
• United States
18 Jul 11
Too bad you don't have a Goodwill tech center near you, after killing 3 keyboards and 2 mice we went over to Goodwill and got 3 keyboards and a couple more mice (we like wired ones - no batteries) and haven't lost one since!
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• United States
19 Jul 11
Tres kewl! Yes, there are drawbacks to living in the sticks but I think the benefits outweigh them.
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