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Mice—they’re something we PC enthusiasts tend to take for granted. After all, once you’ve specced out your new rig with a blazing fast processor and a video card the size of a VCR, what’s it really matter what we use to move the pointer around?
They’re easy to forget, because the baseline options we have today are exponentially better than what we had just a decade ago. To refresh your memory, we’ve put together a list of 13 mice that introduced major new features and blew open new markets. Read on for a lesson in the history of the mouse!
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The Compact Oxford English Dictionary (third edition) and the fourth edition of The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language endorse both computer mice and computer mouses as correct plural forms for computer mouse. Some authors of technical documents may prefer either mouse devices or the more generic pointing devices. The plural mouses treats mouse as a "headless noun".
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Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number A blend of brains, brawn and dumb luck. OS Windows 7 Ultimate 64 CPU i7 3770k OC'd 4.6 @ 1.17v, also FX 8120 & i5 miniITX Motherboard MSI P67A-GD80 b3 Memory 32 gb G.Skill Sniper DDR3 10-12-12-31 @ 2133 Graphics Card XFX Radeon 7870 2GB DDR5 Sound Card Sound Blaster Z Series Card Monitor(s) Displays (2) LG LED 23" 1920 x 1080 2ms Monitors via mini d-port Screen Resolution 1680 X 1050 p
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(1) 1 tb WD Black
(2) 1 tb Hitachi deskmates/sata II
(2) 1 tb WD green/sata II
(2) 2 tb WD My Book/esata
(2) 3 tb Seagate Barracuda
(2) WD 2 tb Green 64 sata III
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Integrated hot swap drive bays for 2.5" Drives
(2) Lite-on dvd/cd/Blu Ray optical 22X
Integrated fan controller and led on/off
HP Officejet Pro L7680 all-n-one
HP 4 laserjet (the beast)
Hot swappable 3.5" hard drive bay
Belkin Play N600 HD router
Asus USB 3 & sata 6 PCIe card
Vantec IDE to sata adptr./Ultra sata adptr
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Laptop taking too long to log in (various stages) Hello,
My Toshiba Sattelite has recently started to have a few problems. When I boot it up, it takes about 5 minutes to get past the Welcome/Please Wait screen. After that there is a black screen which takes a further 5-10 minutes to get past. I would appreciate any help and suggestions.
The five stages of data-loss grief The five stages of data-loss grief - Gizmodo- msnbc.com
-I have to admit, I experienced the exact stages when my hard drive died. Well, it actually didn't die- I destroyed it by opening it up because I thought it did die. Turns out it was just a faulty USB connector from the enclosure I had it...