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MacMice launches black Danger Mouse

updated 10:55 am EDT, Fri September 1, 2006

Black Danger Mouse debuts

MacMice today launched a new version of its 'flagship' laser mouse: the Danger Mouse USB is now available in a matte black to match the MacBook line. "Since Apple released its black iPod models, and then a black version of the MacBook, more of our customers have been asking for black versions of our MacMice products," CEO M.H. Peng said. The mouse features a matte black 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 MacMice, the Danger Mouse features the MicroScroll notchless mini scroll wheel along with a five foot USB cable; it works with the standard mouse drivers included in either Mac OS X or Windows. The Danger Mouse BLK will be shipping in September to US customers only, and can be pre-ordered now for $30. [image included]

by MacNN Staff




  1. StrongGlad

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Don't buy it....

    MacMice is famous for poor quality, and shady practices.

    Don't buy this mouse.

  1. Grrr

    Joined: Dec 1969



    I don't trust that company any further than I could throw it.

  1. jonbwfc1

    Joined: Dec 1969


    I bought a macmice mouse

    The bluetooth one that looked like an apple pro mouse (before the mighty mouse came in). Cripes it was awful. Took ages to pair every restart and was horribly sensitive to drop in battery level - basically it would start disconnecting or just playing up the moment the batteries dropped below about 75% charge and never really liked rechargeables at all. Plus the software that they provided for it - when they did, months after putting it on sale - was awful too.

    That macmice went under shortly afterwards (surprise!) and I don't know if this lot are the same people or are just using the name but either way, I don't see why these are any better than any other two button + scroll wheel mouse you could buy from a company like Logitech or god forbid Microsoft, who both have a long record of making pretty damn good mice.

    Oh, and Cosgrove Hall should sue their arses into 2012. Bloody cheek. Dangermouse indeed!

  1. MacLives

    Joined: Dec 1969


    jack campbell rides agin?

    I don't unnerstand why macnn keeps posting this c*** from this c*** company. C'mon it's c***! Jack Campbell used to shill this c***!


    Makes me mad. (sigh, I've relaxed now...)

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