mouse

Philippines
June 21, 2007 2:47am CST
do you use optical mouse or roller mouse or touch pad (for laptops)?
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9 responses
@Bujoyseth (1684)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
i use optical mouse on my desk top and touch pad for my lap top..
• Pakistan
23 Jun 07
I have touch pad in my computer so i use that :)
@TrevaUK (142)
21 Jun 07
My desktop mouse is Logitech's MxLaser Mouse which I suppose is optical. I have a laptop with the touchpad, if I need extra control over the cursor I just plug in a optical usb mouse.
@steve9737 (918)
• Colombia
21 Jun 07
I don't have a laptop computer, but when I have used a friend's laptop, I have found that it is very hard to move the pointer with a touch pad, I don't know if it is because I always have use a mouse for move the pointer in my computer, however I have seen a lot of people who have a laptop use a mouse, there is some little mouse for laptops and you can carry them easy, I would prefer use a mouse that use the touch pad on a laptop computer, I am thinking in buy a laptop so when I buy it, I will use a external mouse instead the touch pad, I also have found that use a laptop's keyboard is very comfy so I will be glad use a laptop's keyboard.
• Australia
21 Jun 07
i have a optical mouse and on me laptop i have those blue buttons its wayyyyyyy better then the touch pads
@tolyme (305)
• Argentina
21 Jun 07
I am using an optical mouse for my desktop pc.I find it very useful than a roller mouse.
@masbaaz (395)
• India
21 Jun 07
ofcourse I use optical mouse. Its smooth, not irritating and overall cooler than that roller one. I would like to go for wireless optical mouse if it gets of some less weight. currently , I like optical mouse.
@hmike_d (1529)
• Philippines
21 Jun 07
I am comf'table of using my optimal mouse at home with my desktop pc. Unlike the scroll mouse (with balls), it seems like its easy to use that you could point sharp and you couldn't be more pathetic of yourself..lol
@superchook (1786)
• Australia
21 Jun 07
I use an optical mouse for my laptop and sometimes the touch pad.