Now here’s something you probably didn’t expect, an OpenOfficeMouse. The mouse itself is developed by WarMouse in partnership with the OpenOffice.org community, but what really stands out (if you haven’t noticed it already) is the fact that the mouse has 18 programmable buttons, and each supporting double-click functionality, and supports up to 63 separate profiles. This probably is the exact of what Apple is trying to achieve with a mouse. There is also a clickable scroll wheel, adjustable resolution from 400 to 1,600 CPI and a built-in analog joystick where you’d rest your thumb. It’s not going cheap either, since it’s priced at $74.99. Would you get one of these?
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