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Old 03-28-06, 04:32 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Question any one use Airo2bic Mouse?


i was reading article in magazine and they are highly recommends this mouse it's great for hand and is only one that is approved by Arthritis foundation.

mouse looks different but again they say it will perform very well.
So any one here tried or uses this type of the mouse?

here is Web linkAir02bic Mouse

let me know since I'm thinking to order one.

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Old 03-28-06, 07:34 PM   #2
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looks interesting

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Old 03-31-06, 11:12 AM   #3
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theres actually a keyboard like that too...they dont look like they are very good quality...think about it...the only people that would probably buy them are in kind of a certain group (cant really find words for it, every1 prolly knows what i mean tho...those people who have those copper bracelets, saltrock lamps, brown rice pasta, and all soy food). basically...im just saying random stuff...

they work for what there supposed to work for...not irratating arthritis. there probably not suited for gaming

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theres actually a keyboard like that too...they dont look like they are very good quality...think about it...the only people that would probably buy them are in kind of a certain group (cant really find words for it, every1 prolly knows what i mean tho...those people who have those copper bracelets, saltrock lamps, brown rice pasta, and all soy food). basically...im just saying random stuff...

they work for what there supposed to work for...not irratating arthritis. there probably not suited for gaming

Gullible? Is that the word you were looking for?

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eww.. i dont like the loooks of that at all.. just go with a logitech gaming mouse that have good reviews on the egg

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Old 03-31-06, 04:19 PM   #6
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It's... uh... kinda... ugly? It would take some getting used to, and gaming on it would be impossible

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it looks cheap.
it may be good but it has this low-grade-plastic cheap look to it.

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ugly and cheap, if you want something like that get a trackball

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Old 04-02-06, 03:07 PM   #9
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that looks like probablly the UGLIEST mouse ive ever seen. if you wanted to move the mouse wouldnt you have to move your entire arm instead of just your hand? wow gross no thanks...whoever was listing copper bracelets, etc you forgot to mention tv infomercial exercise machines.....
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