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Old 08-31-2005, 02:20 AM   #11 (permalink)
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yeah, apparently they're not very ergonomic. although the mice themselves are very good.
I would go with the G5, for the ergonomics (and because I like the name G5, after the Macintosh G5)

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Old 08-31-2005, 01:00 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Well they both arrived today, and im pleased to say im very very happy with them. The keyboard is absolute quality i would highly recommend to anyone. The G5 is an amazing mouse and i dont think im gonna need to change it for a long time. The cable has a fibre cover to proteect it and the shape of it is totally perfect. If your worried about not having both the forward and back buttons it quickly goes out of your head. Ive just set it for the left and right side click on the wheel and forward and backward and the thumb button as copy. The little weights are abit OTT really, ive got it with none of them in, but the for me there is very little difference between having none in and all 9 4.5gram ones it, but thats just me.

Thats my review :P thumbs up

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