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Danger Mouse USB laser released

updated 09:20 am EDT, Fri August 18, 2006

New laser mouse debuts

MacMice has launched a new company 'flagship' laser mouse, the Danger Mouse USB. According to CEO M.H. Peng, this mouse has been in design and development for over a year and, "Like Apple, we were seeking the simplest, cleanest design that would perform well and look great on the desktop." The mouse features a glossy white design with two buttons and a clicking scroll wheel. Danger Mouse's laser tracking has a 1600 DPI resolution, which not only helps accuracy, but also allows the mouse to be used on a greater variety of surfaces. Like other products from MacMice, the Danger Mouse features the MicroScroll notchless mini scroll wheel along with a 5ft foot USB cable and works with the standard mouse drivers included in either Mac OS X or Windows. This mouse will ship on August 22nd and can be pre-ordered now for $30. [images included]





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  1. jpellino

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Is this still Jack C.?

    Or did he get out of this business and hand the IP to someone else?

  1. zac4mac

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    my question 2..

    The "MacMice" website seems sanitized of any reference to him. Did he it sell to China?

  1. DrunkenTech

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    He works for them now

    As you see by Jerk Campbell's site, http://www.aboutjack.com/

    He is a consultant working for them or something now.

  1. macnavi

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Flagship

    If that is their flagship, their ship is sinking.

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