All proprietary software is property of IBM. Please submit your review for IBM Mouse. Since you’ve already submitted a review for this product, this submission will be added as an update to your original review. Usually in only a matter of months. I’m under the impression this may have been a special order mouse as they were never generally advertised. These mice came in either a gunshot metal grey or burgundy.
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Enter the e-mail address of the recipient Add your own personal message: All proprietary software is property of IBM. Advertisements or commercial links. Gun metal metal grey MO28BO Here is the scanned box art from the burgundy release of the mouse click it for a larger picture.
I haven’t used a mouse that was more tactile than this one. One down side of this is that the rubber will wear down eventually. The ScrollPoints were, but not the wheel mice.
Regardless, here mouwe the schematic where you’ll need to add an LED 3mm and a corresponding resistor:. I didn’t notice it either until I decided to read every word on the box carefully.
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This was IBM’s first wireless mouse based loosely on MO28BO and perhaps the first mouse to be released in ‘slate blue’, although the early slate blue ScrollPoints could have been released during the same time as well. Click on the following links for the driver package readme no02w This was was never sold separately from the keyboard.
This would also explain why Lenovo’s 06P states being released in which would fit exactly when MO28UOL was released; that means this mouse has been actively produced for over a decade.
Please submit your review for IBM Mouse. One advantage is that it allows four buttons now; since the wheel is also considered ‘clickable’.
Once reported, our staff will be notified and the comment will be reviewed. After the LED is installed, you should be able to see a subtle glow behind the wheel.
I’ve often wondered if you paired the yellow wheel with the burgundy MO28BO you would get quite the colour contrast although unfortunately MO28BO uses a different wheel assembly.
Fun things to do with IBM Optical Mice Because the components on the IBM wireless mice are so closely identical, the wheels and external plastics can be swapped around to make some customized versions. Login or create an account to post a review. Your mouxe has been reported and will be reviewed by our staff. Usually in only a matter of months.
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IBM MO02W Ps/2 Wired Scroll 6 Button Mouse Ball Vintage RARE
They came in pearl white W or black B. The ubiquitous IBM red wheel mouse has been the standard issue mouse since the ThinkCentre line started previously the NetVistas had the same mouse, but with glitter injected plastic and black rubber wheels.
The wheel does light up, click the picture for a larger image. Sexually explicit or offensive language. The lower dark plastic is a very dark plum purple colour.
Early ones will show ‘manufactured by IBM’, later ones will be ‘manufactured for Lenovo’ and may or may not sport a Mousd logo. You are logged in as.
IBM MO02W Ps/2 Wired Scroll 6 Button Mouse Ball Vintage RARE | eBay
The last wireless mouse ever manufactured by IBM. The very first iteration of IBM’s standard ambidextrous optical wheel mouse paired with the NetVista series of computers. The burgundy mouse has a very vibrant colour, and the buttons are unusually extremely tactile far more tactile than the red-wheeled mice.