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The First Computer Mouse

Many of you have seen the big fat old computers but have you ever wondered how does the first computer mouse looked like ?


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This is too big, now we have portable computer of that size and without a mouse.


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  1. lol, but excuse me, why is it in black and white? I don't think it's that old :D

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  2. lol I thought it's a joke, but really I didn't know there was a mouse back in the days of main frame computers, unless you're talking about new computers? but I don't think this mouse is too big though, just...squared!

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  3. Looks so bulky... Actually, I had no idea that the mouse is as old as it is: invented in 1963...

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  4. that is some freaky looking mouse.. it looks more like a block!

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  5. OmAr,
    Why my archive icon in grey ?

    Shaden,
    You need to see the mini-mouse the compared it's size to this one.
    Beti,
    heh and it doesn't look like a mouse.


    Rebellious Arab Girl,
    yes, it doesn't give the feeling of mouse.

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  6. mumtaz! mouse men ayam el black & white cameras! :|

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