The Funny Maths Thread.. which sometimes contains mildly amusing pictures

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Interesting, because I'm running a Logitech G7 wireless laser mouse. (Before you ask how much it costs over the "standard" mouse, I built my computer when I was doing much more gaming.) It's very comfortable, has a scroll wheel with tilt and click, back button and adjustable sensitivity. Even my backup computer with a standard Microsoft mouse (yes, they made hardware once-upon-a-time) is just as comfortable and only lacks the back button and adjustable sensitivity.
 

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Get back to me when your computer comes as standard with a trackpad that recognises the amount of fingers you're using and the way you're moving them. ;-)
And I would need this why? So far I have not encountered a time where I thought to myself, "You know what, self? This computer really needs a multitouch trackpad to perform operation-X. That would make life so much easier."
 

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I love the Apple trackpad. When I got my laptop, I was a bit worried about switching away from a very nice Logitech mouse, but I haven't looked back a single time. But as always, you mileage may vary. ;-)

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I have a bog-standard 3-button Logitech corded optical mouse. I prefer it to the cordless models because it weighs basically nothing. It's wicked fast to use with the middle button programmed to double-click and a mouse gestures extension for Firefox.
 
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